How to Get Away With It: How the World’s Most Successful Corporate Charities Are Making Their Marks on the World
You might have noticed that the list of corporations making their mark on the world is getting shorter and shorter.
In 2017, the top five largest companies made up a mere 4 percent of global GDP.
The rest of the global economy grew by 5.4 percent in the same year, meaning that the top 20 corporations earned an astonishing $8.4 trillion.
This year’s list of the top 10 most successful corporate philanthropies is almost identical to last year’s, which has led some observers to suggest that the trend is a product of the growing wealth inequality in the world.
The most successful corporations are also the most powerful.
And according to data from the World Bank, the United States was the world’s most unequal country in 2016, with its bottom third of people earning less than the median income of the U.S. And in 2016 and 2017, this was largely due to inequality in wealth.
This has been a common trend in the past, especially when it comes to the world of business.
Since the mid-19th century, the richest 1 percent of Americans have become wealthier than the bottom 90 percent of the population, and inequality in U.s. wealth has risen by a staggering rate.
This trend is largely due, in part, to the fact that corporations and government policies like the Great Society and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting have promoted entrepreneurship and the pursuit of economic growth over all else.
The fact that we are witnessing a similar trend in corporate philanthropy is particularly notable, given that the United Nations estimates that the richest 0.01 percent of people in the United Kingdom have a wealth of $16.3 trillion.
That is more wealth than the top 0.1 percent of American households.
This disparity is not limited to just the U: Corporate titans have also begun to take more active roles in philanthropy, from Bill Gates donating $1 billion to the Rockefeller Foundation, to Microsoft’s $4 billion in 2017 to Coca-Cola donating $5.6 billion to World Wildlife Fund.
And despite the fact these donations have been in the hundreds of millions of dollars, they have not been distributed evenly across the globe.
Rather, they are being funneled to the top 1 percent.
What is the purpose of this disparity?
One way to look at it is that the most successful companies are making the world a better place.
A good example of this is the Rockefeller family, which is worth an estimated $250 billion, according to Forbes.
The Rockefeller family has a history of philanthropy that goes back to the early 1800s.
As a small boy, John Rockefeller was raised by his grandfather, John J. Rockefeller, and was educated by his uncle, J.P. Morgan.
John Rockefeller also founded the Standard Oil Company, which changed the world, and helped to create the modern world.
During World War II, John D. Rockefeller Jr. was a major figure in establishing the World War I Relief Fund, which was created to help the poor.
During the Great Depression, John and John D’s son, Henry, founded Standard Oil, which expanded in the 1920s and ’30s.
In 1937, Henry and John Rockefeller were given the U, S, and Medicare by President Franklin D. Roosevelt.
Since then, Henry has been very active in philanthropic endeavors, including in the area of health care.
Henry has donated $9 billion to various philanthropic organizations, including the Johns Hopkins Hospital and the Johns, D., and William, Howard and Mary Kimmel Kimmel Charles Eliot Cooper Charitable Foundation, which aims to end HIV/AIDS through the expansion of medical research and clinical care in underserved populations.
John D.’s family, meanwhile, has donated millions of acres of land around the world to help promote sustainable development.
The John D., Jr. Foundation, founded in 2006, has provided more than $4.2 billion in grants to organizations across the world that support agricultural, food, and energy development.
And as part of his philanthropic activities, John has also made his name as a producer of film and television.
According to the National Geographic Society, he has produced films about the life of the American Indian and the American wilderness.
In 2018, John announced that he would be making a film about his life’s work in the field of environmentalism, and he also made a documentary about his efforts to clean up the oceans.
The World Bank defines environmentalism as “the pursuit of environmental goals in cooperation with governments and non-governmental organizations,” which is a very broad definition.
While John D is an outspoken proponent of environmental issues, the rest of his family has been quite vocal about environmentalism.
The Koch brothers, for example, have been outspoken supporters of the Kochs’ environmental causes.
In 2015, Charles and David Koch, who founded the Koch brothers brothers, donated $1.2 million to the Institute for Humane Studies, which promotes “environmental justice.”
Koch has also invested