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A quiet corporate revolution is underway: Fortune's new "Change the World" List is spotlighting the top companies that have made significant progress addressing major social problems as a core part of their business strategy. http://for.tn/1E5nQ4V

 

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A quiet corporate revolution is underway: Companies are beginning to compete to change the world for the better. The drive for profit, often criticized for coming at society’s expense, is driving and enabling solutions to many of the world’s most challenging problems. That's why I'm delighted to share Fortune’s new published "Change the World" List, which contributes to this trend by shining a spotlight on companies that have made significant progress addressing major social problems as a core part of their business strategy. 

Browse the list, learn about how the companies were chosen, and nominate your own organization for recognition at sharedvalue.org/fortune

 

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The Change the World List

We've partnered with Fortune to spotlight 50 companies that create positive social impact with their core business models. Read about the List

Read it in Fortune

Browse 50 companies changing the world on the 2016 Change the World List. Go to Fortune.com

Shared Value and the List

Prof. Michael Porter and FSG's Mark Kramer on the importance of the list and our role in the research. Read Fortune Commentary

2015 Company Profiles

Browse case studies and other resources from the companies who made the inaugural list in 2015. Browse the List