Corporate Social Responsibility

  • Facebook Enhances Its Suicide Prevention Outreach, Adds Services For Vets And Military Personnel

    Facebook Enhances Its Suicide Prevention Outreach, Adds Services For Vets And Military Personnel

    Facebook’s role as a social network for close to one billion people can be a weighty responsibility, and today the company took one more step in the kind of social outreach activities that befit a company with that kind of audience. It has formed a new partnership with Blue Star Families and the Department of Veterans Affairs to create a special set of services aimed at vets and… Read More

  • Energy Efficiency Measures Saved AT&T $44 Million In 2010

    Energy Efficiency Measures Saved AT&T $44 Million In 2010

    Telecommunications giant AT&T announced the results of its 2010 energy efficiency efforts today. According to the company’s own report, it saw $44 million in annualized energy savings as a result of implementing 4,200 energy efficiency projects at its facilities last year. These included familiar technologies that, pervasively applied, made a big difference, like: Swapping… Read More

  • GoodGuide Rolls Out New Social Features

    GoodGuide Rolls Out New Social Features

    Good Guide — the mobile app and website that helps people find products that measure up to their environmental and social values — quietly rolled out new, social networking and product recommendation features this month. Groups of friends and colleagues can now follow each other via Good Guide, share product reviews, and either warn to avoid, or encourage one another to try… Read More

  • Dell, IBM Top Newsweek's List Of Most Environmentally Responsible Public Tech Companies

    Dell, IBM Top Newsweek's List Of Most Environmentally Responsible Public Tech Companies


    Today, Newsweek released its environmental rankings of the 500 largest publicly traded companies in America, and internationally as measured by revenue, market capitalization, and number of employees. The U.S. list included forty-nine tech sector companies. Their rankings were based on criteria including: “[the companies'] actual environmental footprint, management of that footprint… Read More