If Corporations Are People, Should They Get to Vote Too?
Voting with your pocketbook isn’t a new idea, but the ethics of consumption seems to be breaking new ground these days. Whether it’s Nike taking a knee with Colin Kapernick, Dick’s Sporting Goods standing on the side of the March for our Lives, or CEO’s dropping out of global conferences like the FII in Saudi Arabia, companies are wading into political waters. Is this good for shareholders? For society? For the longevity of corporate leaders? Let’s discuss what it all means and how far companies can and should go. Please join Julie Fleischer and myself. Looking forward to it.