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Head of world’s largest fund manager doubles down on conscious capitalism

Larry Fink denies stakeholder capitalism is ‘woke’ or politically motivated.

Dita De Boni Wed, 19 Jan 2022

Larry Fink – head of the world’s largest funds manager, New York-based BlackRock – has made a full-throated defence of ‘stakeholder capitalism’ in his annual letter to letter to CEOs, pushing back against those who believe being overly woke or political is hurting big business’s bottom

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