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  • Investments driven in whole or in part by social or political (non-real estate) objectives. Under ERISA, social investing is economically justified only if proper real estate fundamentals are considered first.
  • Socially responsible investing, also known as sustainable, socially-conscious, or ethical investing, describes an investment strategy which seeks to maximize both financial return and social good.
  • (Social Investment) Social investment is often used to mean the same thing as socially responsible investment (SRI). However, it is increasingly used by some people to mean investment that builds human or social capital.
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  • Accompany (someone)
  • Associate with; keep company with
  • (company) be a companion to somebody
  • (company) an institution created to conduct business; "he only invests in large well-established companies"; "he started the company in his garage"
  • (company) small military unit; usually two or three platoons
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The Social Security and Medicare Handbook: What You Need to Know Explained Simply
The Social Security and Medicare Handbook: What You Need to Know Explained Simply
The Social Security and Medicare Handbook includes the provisions of the Social Security Act, regulations issued under the Act, and recent case decisions (rulings). It is a readable, easy to understand resource for the extremely complex Social Security and Medicare programs and services. Here in this new, groundbreaking, and exhaustively researched book you will learn an overview of the Social Security and Medicare system, how Social Security benefits are currently computed, how to become insured, and how to file a claim. You also will learn about retirement and auxiliary benefits, survivor benefits, disability benefits and protection, evaluating disability, cash benefit rates, employees, employer responsibilities, special coverage provisions, state and local employment, earnings records and tax reports, the administrative review process, supplemental income, other benefit programs, hospital insurance (Part A), medical insurance (Part B), Medicare Advantage plans (Part C), prescription drug coverage (Part D), prescription programs, and special veteran benefits. This book will explain how current Social Security benefits are computed and provide insight into your Social Security benefits.

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Social Enterprise Start-Ups workshop with Jeff Church (Nika Water)
Social Enterprise Start-Ups workshop with Jeff Church (Nika Water)
Starting a social enterprise is not easy. In general, start-ups fail more than 90% of the time. Start-ups that donate services, profits, or a portion of their revenue or that seek to serve an underserved market are even more challenging because of the additional requirement of social contribution. Led by social entrepreneur Jeff Church, this workshop walked through a real-life example of a social enterprise start-up and highlighted the lessons learned and pitfalls of social enterprise start-ups. Mr. Church identified his ten most important ingredients in a social enterprise start-up. He also left the participants with various print materials to help guide them to a better start-up. Jeff Church: Founder and CEO, NIKA Water Company Mr. Church is the founder and CEO of NIKA Water Company, a three-year old social enterprise that donates 100% of its profits to clean water projects and poverty alleviation projects around the world. During its short existence, NIKA has completed water well and school projects in Sri Lanka, Uganda, Tanzania, Kenya, Nicaragua, and San Diego. Mr. Church speaks passionately and often about social entrepreneurship and how sustainability through a triple-bottom-line approach is key to ending societal problems and challenges. He has spoken recently at the Georgetown McDonough School of Business, the University of San Diego, Harvard College, Wellesley College, and the University of Southern California School of Business on subjects including leadership, finding your passion, and the coming wave of social entrepreneurship. Numerous articles on NIKA and Church have been written, including an article in Entrepreneur Magazine in November 2010. Mr. Church earned an MBA from Harvard Business School and a BA in Accounting at Michigan State University. In 1983 he became a Certified Public Accountant in the state of Ohio.
B2B Social Media Marketing: Proven Strategies And Tactics
B2B Social Media Marketing: Proven Strategies And Tactics
If you are a Marketing Director or Sales Director interested in learning about B2B social media marketing, preparing a program, securing internal buy-in and budget, and applying the principles for brand building and lead generation, then this panel has been designed for you. During this session, the panelists will be discussing: Why should B2B companies invest in social media? Tips for B2B companies when using social media and what are the key trends in B2B social media marketing in the next 12 months? What is the potential of LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and Google+ for B2B social media marketing? How do you prove ROI of B2B social media? Integrating B2B social media with your digital strategy Moderator: Tom Skotidas, Founder and Director, Skotidas Speakers: Josie Tao, Group Social Media, Regus Janis Wong, Digital Marketing Manager, Juniper Networks Melpo Wong, Senior E-Marketing Manager, Sabre

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A Social History of Company Law
The history of incorporations legislation and its administration is intimately tied to changes in social beliefs in respect to the role and purpose of the corporation. By studying the evolution of the corporate form in Britain and a number of its colonial possessions, the book illuminates debates on key concepts including the meanings of laissez faire, freedom of commerce, the notion of corporate responsibility and the role of the state in the regulation of business. In doing so, the book advances our understanding of the shape, effectiveness and deficiencies of modern regulatory regimes.

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