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earlier discussion

Stephan Savoia

Authors of this year's Corporate social responsibility rankings, Toby Heaps, editor-in-chief of Corporate Knights Inc., and Melissa Shin, managing editor, took questions about their findings in a live discussion. Read the questions and answers in the box below.

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