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Top-Performing Black Fund Managers Likely to Face Bias, Study Says

Institutional investors are likely to rate white-led investment teams higher than those led by black fund managers that were equal in performance, leading to racial disparities in how trillions of dollars are invested, according to research by Stanford University and private equity...

KKR’s Impact Fund Said to Top $1 Billion on Robust ESG Demand

KKR & Co.’s fundraising for its first Global Impact Fund surpassed its goal, as bets on investments intended to provide a social and environmental benefit surge. KKR is still collecting commitments after surpassing its $1 billion goal, Bloomberg News...

Slavery, Child Labor Poison Supply Chains Despite Years of Effort

Slavery in its modern forms like forced labor and debt servitude persist despite efforts to stamp them out. Despite a ban by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948, inadequate laws around the world fail to protect millions of citizens.
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