How has Cargill's committment to corporate citizenship positively or negatively affected their revenue?
Cargill, Incorporated is a privately held, multinational corporation, and is based in the state of Minnesota in the United States. It was founded in 1865, and has grown into the world's largest privately held corporation (in terms of revenue). Cargill's business activities include purchasing, processing, and distributing grain and other agricultural commodities, and the manufacture and sale of livestock feed and ingredients for processed foods and pharmaceuticals.
Yes, Cargill's committment to corporate citizenship has positively affected their revenue. Let us discuss this isssue in detail.
Issue of Corporate citizenship
The Corporate citizenship encompasses:
* The environment it operates in
* The employees with which it survives
* The Market for which it exists
* The community which provides it with the basics to grow
Corporations that treat environment with respect leave little waste for the environment to consume, have efficient processes, low energy costs, high degree of recycling, high product quality, ...
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