Corporate Social Responsibility
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This paper discusses the recent appropriate measures that businesses have undertaken to ensure that their operations and their members behave in an ethical and socially responsible manner. The author defines and discusses corporate social responsibility and compares practices from the past to today's norm. The paper also gives examples of the corporate social responsibility stance that companies such as GAP Inc., have adopted and analyzes the corporate social responsibility initiative.
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