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Employee-owned firms are a vital lab for stakeholder capitalism

In recent research conducted at the Democracy Collaborative, we found that mission-driven and employee-owned companies are exceptionally sucessful at delivering sustainable and equitable outcomes. The next generation of enterprise can be seen in these companies — firms such as Recology, the San Francisco-based waste-hauling and recycling firm, with $1.2 billion in revenue, that is 100 percent employee owned.

Read the full letter by Marjorie Kelly in the Boston Globe.

Publication date: 2019-09-10
Parent publication: Boston Globe
Publication URL: https://www.bostonglobe.com/opinion/letters/2019/09/10/employee-owned-firms-are-vital-lab-for-stakeholder-capitalism/MaRojzKVufZXXWDVUaIReK/story.html

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