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Magazine Article Listing: Supply Chain Management

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Coffee with a conscience

Starbucks has built into its supply chain social, economic, and environmental sustainability considerations to improve the practices of the world's poor coffee farmers.

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Chiquita and the Rainforest Alliance: A fruitful relationship

A powerful alliance helped transform a once-reviled company and improved working and living conditions in developing countries.

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Take the Gamble Out of Your Supply Chain: Lessons from the Electronics Industry Journey

More companies are realizing the potentially serious business and reputation risks from a poorly managed supply chain.

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Crisis in U.S. classrooms spells trouble for business

Businesses in America face a major supply chain problem that threatens to cripple productivity, innovation, and global competitiveness while simultaneously shrinking the market.

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Responsibility Along the Supply Chain

Global supply chains mean companies are facing the need to uphold labor and environmental standards in factories not owned by them, across international boundaries.

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Summer2015-Issue13

Integrating Corporate Citizenship Across the Value Chain

A closer look at how two companies are enforcing their corporate citizenship standards throughout their value chains.

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Spring2016-Issue16

Corporate Citizenship Through the Value Chain

Two leading companies share how they work with partners throughout their value chain to better the environment and society.

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From Start to Finish

THE CORPORATE CITIZEN | Winter 2018: A significant amount of ESG impact occurs within supply chains, whether it is greenhouse gas emissions, vendor performance, labor conditions within a supplier’s factory, or the sourcing of materials.

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