Wal-Mart's ex-CSR chief wants people to stop buying, start sharing

11/26/2012 | GreenBiz.com

Wal-Mart's first sustainability chief, Andy Ruben, left the retail giant in 2007 and went on to found Yerdle, a company that focuses on encouraging consumers to share products rather than buy them outright. "Even though I'm very proud of what we achieved at Wal-Mart, I knew that one day I'd leave to start a business with sustainability as its founding principle," he says.

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