What’s Worse: Pollution or Unpaid Interns? (Bloomberg)


I sort of love Just Capital, the nonprofit organization created by Paul Tudor Jones II and Deepak Chopra (!), and championed by Andrew Ross Sorkin and Alessandra Stanley at the New York Times, whose aim is to rank public companies on their “justness” (!), and which is now teaming up with Goldman Sachs Group Inc. (!) to create an exchange-traded fund (!) of the justness-est Russell 1000 companies. Back in the good old days, before “Dennis Rodman arrives in Singapore for the Trump-Kim summit in a T-shirt promoting a cannabis cryptocurrency” was a real thing that happened, that was the sort of incongruous assortment of words that I could really enjoy. Also I have said it like 100 times now and the word “justness” still just makes me laugh.

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