Ethics Debate Booted About

Ethics Debate Booted About
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Timberland CEO Jeff Swartz believes corporations more than governments have to take the lead on social responsibility. He’s the third generation of the Swartz family to run the outdoor clothing...

Guy Brighton
  • 4 december 2006


Timberland CEO Jeff
Swartz believes corporations more than governments have to take the lead on
social responsibility.

He’s the third
generation of the Swartz family to run the outdoor clothing and footwear firm
established in 1973. As CEO he is to reposition it as the leading voice in a
new debate on social responsibility in corporate America
according to a report in yesterday’s Sunday Times.

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