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[video] Benefit Corporations Aim to Make a Profit - and a Positive Impact

Author: PBS NewsHour [USA], Published on: 29 February 2012

Seven states have passed legislation officially recognizing companies with a conscience. Called benefit corporations, or B Corps, the firms strive to make a positive impact on society while also turning a profit. Economics correspondent Paul Solman reports as part of his Making Sen$e of financial news series. [refers to IceStone, Tweezerman, Revolution Foods, Warby Parker]

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Related companies: Tweezerman