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Demands for disclosure for companies to reveal what's under the hood of their businesses have become commonplace among consumers.
It is also partly a result of the ever-increasing availability of almost instantaneous information, and consumer and shareholder demands of once behind-the-scenes information. As part of a business model that embraces corporate social responsibility, companies are sharing more environmental, social, and governance disclosures
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