Religious investors push companies to embrace health reform
Wall Street Journal (blog), January 15, 2009
More than $100 billion worth of investment capital is pushing companies to embrace broad health reform principles, and the Interfaith Center for Corporate Responsibility said that it has filed 26 shareholder resolutions related to health reform for the coming proxy season. The group, a coalition of faith-based institutional investors, has been pushing this strategy for a while now.
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