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Stakeholder capitalism is a form of capitalism in which companies seek long-term value creation by taking into account the needs of all their stakeholders, and society at large.

What is stakeholder capitalism?

These days, a lot of political and business leaders debate whether “stakeholder capitalism” would provide us with a better way to organize the economy

“As we begin to prepare for the implementation of European ‘NextGenerationEU’ funds, we are also considering how best to prepare our societies and our economies for the challenges of tomorrow.”

Breton: EU recovery fund should help tourism sector become ‘more resilient’

The EU budget and coronavirus recovery fund should be used to help tourism “emerge more resilient from the crises ahead,” the EU’s internal market commissioner Thierry Breton said

The EU’s independent corruption watchdog confirmed this month that it was investigating Frontex over the allegations.

EU’s Frontex says ‘no evidence’ of illegal migrant pushbacks

The managing board of EU border agency Frontex said Thursday (21 January) it did not find evidence of rights violations in cases it reviewed where guards were accused of illegal migrant pushbacks

"In the case of the attack on Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny in August 2020, the poison was administered in Russia, not on Western streets. But the EU should not behave as though that undermines the case for a firm reaction."

Is the EU Too Soft on Putin?

The poisoning of Alexei Navalny and his detention in Moscow should spur the EU into finally adopting a tough and united strategy toward the Russia of President Vladimir Putin

In their legislative initiative that passed with 472 votes in favour, 126 against and 83 abstentions, MEPs call on the Commission to propose a law that enables those who work digitally to disconnect outside their working hours.

‘Right to disconnect’ should be an EU-wide fundamental right, MEPs say

Parliament calls for an EU law that grants workers the right to digitally disconnect from work without facing negative repercussions

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In Europe, 2020 saw electric power surge ahead. Norway led the way with zero-emission vehicles accounting for over half of new cars registered in the year to the end of November 2020.

World

2020 was a breakthrough year for electric vehicles

Thursday, January 21, 2021

After years of hopeful signs, 2020 may well have been the year we reached a tipping point in the adoption of electric vehicles, according to new research

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"Greater resilience can only occur if leaders rebuild or reimagine instruments for greater collaboration. Cooperation has proven effective in the past, but static roadmaps are neither effective in our dynamic reality nor adapted to long-term interconnected threats such as environmental degradation."

World

7 guiding principles for global cooperation

Thursday, January 21, 2021

As we’re edging closer to overcoming the pandemic and going back to somewhat of a normal life, companies and governments face competition for vaccines, travel restrictions and supply chain disruptions

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Member states can choose to increase the resources provided in the FEAD regulation for food aid and other basic assistance for those most in need.

Europe

Additional and more flexible funding to help those most in need

Thursday, January 21, 2021

Parliament voted today to continue making additional resources available in 2021 and 2022 in order to provide food and basic assistance to the most deprived

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"Through the EU wide introduction of an agreed and standardised digital vaccine certificate template we can quickly open up again, reviving tourism and recreation, and allowing our citizens to move freely and without restrictions from country to country."

Europe

Mitsotakis: To get Europe moving again we must act now on vaccination certificates

Thursday, January 21, 2021

The curtailment of our freedom and prosperity during this dreadful pandemic has been historically unprecedented and painful

"As the U.S. presidency of Joe Biden is inaugurated on January 20, 2021, the EU, again with uncourteous timing, is set to unveil measures to strengthen the international role of the euro to lessen its dependence on the dollar and address the EU’s financial vulnerabilities."

World

How Europe Can Engage With U.S. President Joe Biden

Wednesday, January 20, 2021

When Joe Biden takes office as U.S. president, the EU will have four years to fireproof and rebuild relations with America. The EU must make an energetic investment in saving its most important relationship

Put the framework at the heart of your sustainability strategy. Start by using it to audit your internal resources.

Business

How the SDGs Can Change Your Organisation, From the Inside Out

Wednesday, January 20, 2021

As an organisational mission, sustainability is hard to wrap your head around

“Open RAN is about network innovation, flexibility and faster rollout. Deutsche Telekom is committed to its promotion, development and adoption to ensure the best network experience for our customers...”

Europe

Major European operators commit to Open RAN deployments

Wednesday, January 20, 2021

Deutsche Telekom AG, Orange S.A., Telefonica S.A., and Vodafone Group Plc are joining forces to support the rollout of Open Radio Access Network (Open RAN) as the technology of choice for future mobile networks to the benefit of consumer and enterprise customers across Europe

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"Businesses need to watch three drivers of risk: political, technological and societal."

Business

These are the top risks for business in the post-COVID world

Wednesday, January 20, 2021

Over the past year, the business landscape has become much more precarious due to protracted uncertainty and confusion in pandemic response approaches, the challenges of vaccine rollouts and emerging virus variants - and spillover effects into other risks

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"U.S. democracy has been challenged — and American exceptionalism has been shown to be a fraud."

World

US Exceptionalism is Dead: Long Live US Uniqueness?

Wednesday, January 20, 2021

After the shameful events of the afternoon of January 6th, 2021, can we reconcile U.S. exceptionalism with the disgraceful invasion of the U.S. Capitol? The short answer is no

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“Carbon capture and storage is going to be the only effective way we have in the short term to prevent our steel industry, cement manufacture and many other processes from continuing to pour emissions into the atmosphere.”

Analyses

Carbon capture is vital to meeting climate goals, scientists tell green critics

Tuesday, January 19, 2021

Engineers and geologists have strongly criticised green groups who last week claimed that carbon capture and storage schemes – for reducing fossil fuel emissions – are costly mistakes

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"Opinion multiplier groups, youth groups and organisations will be able to participate in debates and events offered by the European Parliament like the European Youth Event."

Europe

UK and EU27 citizens in the UK to remain part of EP Communication programmes

Tuesday, January 19, 2021

The European Parliament reaffirms its will to continue to engage with young generations of UK citizens and EU27 citizens resident in the UK

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An updated system of income and taxes would alleviate the worst crises the United States faces, including climate change. What’s more, we’ve got the numbers to prove it can work.

World

Why Universal Basic Income Should Be President Biden’s Top Priority

Tuesday, January 19, 2021

The incoming Biden and Harris team faces multiple crises requiring its immediate attention: the Covid-19 epidemic, a deep economic crisis and dangerous climate change

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Matteo Renzi, once the favourite of Brussels eurocrats, withdrew his support from Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte’s coalition, leaving the Italian government several seats short of a majority in the Senate

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‘Right to disconnect’ should be an EU-wide fundamental right, MEPs say

‘Right to disconnect’ should be an EU-wide fundamental right, MEPs say

Parliament calls for an EU law that grants workers the right to digitally disconnect from work without facing negative repercussions

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