One bag is dried bananas (as indicated), the other is a dog snack. Best to know the difference! Also a dragon fruit and some soursop fruit juice from Central Market.
Larry Fink, the CEO of BlackRock ($5.7T AUM), sends out an annual letter to CEOs. This year it talks about ‘stakeholders’ and long term value and “a new model for corporate governance”. Worth a read.
. . . a company’s ability to manage environmental, social, and governance matters demonstrates the leadership and good governance that is so essential to sustainable growth, which is why we are increasingly integrating these issues into our investment process.
Companies must ask themselves: What role do we play in the community? How are we managing our impact on the environment? Are we working to create a diverse workforce? Are we adapting to technological change? Are we providing the retraining and opportunities that our employees and our business will need to adjust to an increasingly automated world? Are we using behavioral finance and other tools to prepare workers for retirement, so that they invest in a way that that will help them achieve their goals?
As we enter 2018, BlackRock is eager to participate in discussions about long-term value creation and work to build a better framework for serving all your stakeholders.