The ESG Initiative at the Wharton School


There’s Another Reason Companies Should Tread Carefully With Political Influence — The Stock Market Is Watching

(Outlet: MarketWatch)
A nonprofit that pushes for better disclosure of corporate political spending is sharply expanding its effort to track how forthcoming companies are, with the greater scrutiny prompted by Wall Street’s largest money managers.

Business ethics fall under the “governance” component of the growing environmental, social and governance (ESG) investment category, although depending on which cause or political election is in question, “social” and “environmental” may be impacted, too.