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Unilever: Making Sustainable Living Commonplace

Unilever’s purpose is “to make sustainable living commonplace.” The sheer size of this company makes that an especially difficult task. But it also means that when they do meet their ambitious goals, the positive impacts are substantial.

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Juul Update: A Hazy Future?

The FDA recently made a series of decisions that will make it more difficult for Juul to stay on the market, will that decision help teens quit vaping or just open up the market for more competitors?

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Trailer: Calling Bullsh!t is Back

We’re back. Join us as we ask weight loss app Noom to step on the scale, analyze Robinhood’s aim to “democratize finance for all” and consult with some real experts on how well (or not) McKinsey is living their purpose, to name just a few…

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BP: Breaking Promises?

Twenty years ago, BP announced that they were moving Beyond Petroleum…and then they didn’t. So when they recently announced an ambitious new, climate-friendly purpose we decided to drill into it.

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Airbnb: A House of Cards?

Airbnb’s stated purpose is to “Create a world in which anyone can belong anywhere.” Are they truly owning that, or is it time to pay the rent?

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CoreCivic: Unlocking the Truth

CoreCivic’s purpose promotes “positive change,” “compassion,” and “successful return to community.” But can for-profit prisons truly be the change they wish to see in the world? In this episode, we explore the paradoxes and pitfalls of an industry with a murky history.