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Dotherightthing is the place where you can learn and share information about how companies impact the world.


All are welcome – people who buy the stuff, who make the stuff, who live in communities where the stuff is made, and who have transcendent abilities to speak on behalf of that which cannot speak (like wildlife and the environment).

On dotherightthing, you can:

* Share information that you discover about companies’ impacts on people and the world
* Learn about the activities of companies directly from people and rate the impact of the important ones
* Track the “social performance” of companies in real time

We’re changing the way companies earn our interest, as consumers, employees, and/or investors, by recognizing those that do the right thing.



Should Starbucks’ store in Forbidden City…be forbidden!?
There has been much controversy since this Starbucks store opened in China’s Forbidden City (CNN 2000). Early discussions led to the removal of a large sign but it was not until recent protests prompted by Chinese newscaster and blogger Rui Chenggang that Starbuck’s Forbidden City presence came under serious scrutiny. This time it may be closed down completely.

Seeing as Starbuck’s has continued to respect the Chinese government and its people’s demands, it doesn’t seem fair that it be required to close its doors completely. Starbucks was originally invited to open in the Forbidden City by Palace Managers in order to raise money for maintenance of the complex.

From a distance, it appears as though this move by Starbucks has made more of a positive impact than anything else.

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