Devin Stewart Interviews Jeff Hittner of IBM

Jul 22, 2008

Jeff Hittner, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Leader for the IBM Global Business Services, gives examples of how CSR is not a company expense or philanthropic effort, but an investment that can yield returns.

Jeff Hittner, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Leader for the IBM Global Business Services, gives examples of how CSR is not a company expense or philanthropic effort, but an investment that can yield returns.

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