BOSTON, MA – Lauren Compere, Director of Shareholder Advocacy for Boston Common, was interviewed on Ethical Investing: Where Capital Meets Conscience, a monthly outlook on work and money at the Christian Science Monitor.  Lauren discussed what key issues investors are raising at corporations this proxy season including executive compensation, cosmetic safety and human rights.  Lauren highlighted some key victories that Boston Common has already had this proxy season including Alfac, the first U.S. company to allow an advisory vote on executive pay and Marriott taking a leadership position by adopting a human rights policy related to the protection of children.  Please click here to watch the interview.

Published On: April 10, 2007Categories: From the Commons