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RT @ForbesEurope: "We should use this moment to reform capitalism and foster a new kind of innovation economy ... to create wealth, reduce inequalities and ensure that globalisation works for many more people" writes @ChukaUmunna in his new post for @ForbesEurope buff.ly/2T9tb68
RT @ChukaUmunna: “Businesses face more scrutiny following the pandemic - and populists trying to screw them over” ➡️ my latest @Forbes column just published here: forbes.com/sites/chukaumu… #ESG #StakeholderCapitalism #COVIDー19 https://t.co/1GdmroEOqb
RT @ChukaUmunna: Business should work to ensure that in the post crisis world a social market economy delivers the goods for more people. So CEOs need to become more vocal and activist in addressing environmental, social and governance (ESG) concerns, not less. /6 #ESG #StakeholderCapitalism
RT @ChukaUmunna: CEOs can’t afford to hide away from these debates, not least with approx. a third of UK workers saying they don't have confidence in their approach to navigating the crisis+ only a third of the public believing biz leaders are doing an outstanding job dealing with coronavirus. /5
RT @ChukaUmunna: The increased rancour and division in the wake of the pandemic, and the challenge of fixing the economy will lead to more scrutiny of business, and be tricky terrain for business leaders to navigate, when they are seeking to return firms to profit. /4
RT @ChukaUmunna: Comparisons between now and war time are false not least because the aftermath of WW2 led to greater domestic solidarity, the post war consensus + the liberal international rules-based order for co-operation abroad,whereas Covid-19 has exacerbated divisions at home and abroad. /3
RT @ChukaUmunna: Trust in government and public backing for lockdowns are high but watch what happens when state-backed financial support for jobs is withdrawn. This will be followed by lay offs, possibly on a scale not seen since the Great Depression. Approval ratings will dive. /2