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President Macron of France addresses PRI In Person 2019

This week marked PRI In Person, the United Nations-Supported Principles for Responsible Investing’s (PRI) annual meeting. We weren’t able to attend since it’s hard to justify a Paris trip, but we wanted to share the remarks that President Macron made to open the meeting. We’re proud to be a signatory of the PRI, and to […]

Common Interests recognized as a “Best For The World” B Corp for exceptional impact on our customers

Common Interests, a Certified B Corporation, has been named a Best For The World honoree for the fourth year in a row in recognition of our work to improve the lives of our customers through the use of our services. Ranking in the top 10 percent of all 3,000 B Corps for our positive impact […]

Listen to Bob Goellner on the Changing The Rules Podcast!

Bob was interviewed by an old friend on a new podcast, Changing the Rules, which was started with the understanding that “stress caused by changing life situations can be reduced if you have a plan.” Bob tells the story of how and why Common Interests was founded, how and why he picked our name, and […]

The role of Business in our society

The sustainable investing world has been on fire this week, after the Business Roundtable made a groundbreaking statement on the Purpose of the Corporation in modern society. For the first time, corporate leaders at the highest level are changing how they think, replacing the mantra of “maximize profits at all costs” (you’ll see the words […]

Igniting Impact

The new trailer for the film Igniting Impact debuted last week at the United Nations! If you would like to screen the full version of the film at an event, click here for the Igniting Impact Screening Info, or visit http://impactu.film/ to learn more.

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