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Alyce Lomax

Alyce Lomax


Alyce Lomax is a columnist for specializing in environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues and an analyst for Motley Fool One. From October 2010 through June 2015, she managed the real-money Prosocial Portfolio, which integrated socially responsible investing factors into stock analysis.

Recent articles

Sprint's Secret Transformation Isn't Enough to Buy

CEO Dan Hesse has a great vision for a green future. Unfortunately, Sprint's future is still obscured by stormy weather.

Hazard Pay at Wal-Mart

The discount giant's risky costs that could hit both its financials line and reputation.

Setbacks After the Shareholder Spring

The Dimon disappointment is just a bump in the road.

It's Complicated: Check Out These Retailers' Relationship Statuses

If love is blind, does it belong at the top of corporate America?

Sustainable Profits: Managerial Failure Vs. Visionary Leadership

Make sure you’re on the right side of this conflict in modern business, as well as the building sustainability megatrend.

Don't Dump EnerNOC

There’s a big picture view on this energy demand response company.

Points to Ponder During Proxy Season

We’re in the thick of proxy season, and many investors have important votes to contemplate.

Corporate Change Agents Come Clean on Green

Investors, take note: Many companies are aggressively greening their operations, and it matters.

When Cheap Prices Are Actually Too Dear

"Supply chains" can be rife with invisible human tragedy. Are cheap prices worth it?

Guns, Oil, and the End of Financial Enabling

More investors and financiers are no longer enabling negative industries. Should you be?

Last Call for Banker Abusers -- Take Away Their Keys

Like drunken teens in hot rods, some people just can’t handle freedom.

Chipotle's All About Good Taste

The burrito slinger is a class act and a classic stock holding.

Why I'm Buying Apple (With Some Reservations)

I'm looking for more social responsibility going forward, but the time to buy is now.

Are Your Companies Like North Korea?

Some companies’ managements and boards disregard shareholders and exert control with an iron grip.

A Ratio That Insults Investors' Intelligence

New year, same old story: CEO pay continues to disconnect from reality.

An Avoidable Corporate Cost That Squanders Your Tax Dollars

Climate change is scorching the landscape and squandering public funds.


No, These Food Companies Are Not Owned by Monsanto

If you’re modifying your grocery list to avoid GMOs, here’s the real skinny.

Are Your Corporate Advocates Playing Hooky?

Boards of directors are supposed to advocate for shareholders. Are yours MIA?

Why Wal-Mart Needs More Workers

The discount giant’s showing an investing danger -- and an American danger, too.

"Destructive" Changes That Could Help Your Investments

When it comes to corporate boards, break down those walls and ceilings.