Corporate social responsibility is all grown up, writes Carl Cannon, with business leaders starting to realize that a strong CSR program can complement and assist their pursuit of profits. Along the way, CSR advocates have found a compelling counterargument to the Chicago-school economists who say companies shouldn't worry about anything other than their bottom line. "Yes, individuals -- and not businesses -- have responsibilities. But businesses are run by people," Cannon notes.

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