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Alyce Lomax

Alyce Lomax

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Alyce Lomax is a columnist for Fool.com 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

Don’t Worry, Wal-Mart’s No Altruist On Pay

The discount behemoth’s pay boost for employees isn’t just the right thing to do, it’s the smart thing to do.


The 2 Reasons I'm Selling Amazon.com

Amazon’s missed investing in an extremely important stakeholder in its increasingly frantic strategy.


Bankrupt RadioShack Wants to Reward Execs With Bonus Pay

Some people benefit big-time from bankruptcy, and chances are, it isn't you.


The Sum of Small Parts: Why I'm Buying Shares of Proto Labs Inc

Sometimes small is the harbinger of big, big things.


The Wildest and Wooliest IPO in Recent Memory

A Squatch stock on the horizon offers some lessons on risky investing.

Why You Should Love the Container Store

The Container Store has a crazy advantage -- unfortunately, many people don’t know what it is.


Silicon Valley Can't Hold On To Its Women

Tech can only benefit by strengthening the diversity of its workforce.


Chipotle Pulls the Pork, Stands by Its Mission

Shareholders should be proud when their companies take a stand. In this case, Chipotle lives up to its Food with Integrity pledge even if it might lose some sales.


Catch This Big Investing Wave in 2015

Gain without the guilt: SRI is exploding into a super trend.


Buying Better Employee Treatment This Holiday Season

It's the season of giving -- let's think about spending at retailers that pay employees well.

Watch As This Massive Sin Industry Gets Disrupted

It’s been a long time coming, but Big Tobacco has finally found something to fear.


Starbucks Baristas Have a Secret You Should Know

Sadly, those “secret drinks” at some Starbucks stores can make some baristas miserable. Here’s why.


1 Little-Known Advantage Most Investors Miss

The importance of corporate culture is one of the investing world's most misunderstood big ideas.


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Sprouts vs. Whole Foods: Still No Contest

Whole Foods just made a competitive lob that could hobble rivals like Sprouts.


Shareholder Pressure Pops at Coke

Shareholder unrest leads companies like Coke to tinker with their pay packages.

Investing for Impact: Going on the Ground to Help Kids in Guatemala

Motley Fool member Brian Withers shares his profound story about Pencils of Promise's work.


Why Some Shareholders Don’t Have to Worry About a Minimum Wage Hike

Someone will benefit from a minimum wage hike, and it’s not just American workers.


Revisiting Sin Stocks: Alcohol’s Worse Than You Think

The alcohol industry isn’t sufficiently represented in the perception of vice.


Cisco Systems, Inc.'s Layoffs Aren't Good News

Mass layoffs usually don’t bode well for companies’ futures.


Tennant Company Stock Keeps Cleaning Up

This sleepy, boring stock is defensive and dynamic -- and it’s worth buying.