During the early years of the Internet, when businesses did not fully understand the marketing value of the Internet, there were some who saw the profit opportunity of claiming ownership of a domain name that they did not intend to use. These individuals would often register the domain name of a successful company in order to sell them back to the business at a significant markup or squat on the domain until it was sought by the successful company.
NPR reports that last week, visitors to the Equifax website were met with an error message that sent off alarm bells.
On the question are B-Corp’s are better for business? It is clear that B-Corp’s are better for society. Over 26 states are changing the corporate landscape. These states capitalizing on one of the largest entrepreneurial and business booms of this decade. Most are familiar with the three, most prevalent, kinds of corporate formation structures in the U.S.; the C Corporation; the S Corporation, and the Limited Liability Company also known as the LLC. But 26 states, including the District of Columbia, have adopted a new form of business model; the B-Corporation. The B-Corporation represents a business model that promotes socially responsible investing, corporate social responsibility, and social entrepreneurship; while remaining profitable.