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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

The Market Basket Strike Really Matters

Every CEO should dream of being loved like Market Basket’s Artie T.


Why CEO Salary May Come Back to Earth

The U.S.' outrageous average CEO salary could be curtailed sooner than we think.


Why I'm Finally Selling SodaStream

One environment just became too dangerous for the at-home soda machine maker.


Supply, Demand, and Organic Industry Risk

In investing, do you “buy organic”? Consider this growing risk.


I'm Not Wasting This Whole Foods Buying Opportunity

This pessimism has gotten ridiculous -- it's time to buy Whole Foods.

Investing to Push Pencils, Embrace Purpose

Investing in positive change is one of the best investments of all.


Buy Cummins, a Growth Engine for the Future

Check out this engine maker -- it's also a change maker.


These Key Ingredients May Stunt Your Stocks' Growth

The scarcity of corn is an increasing risk for companies -- including many that may be in your portfolio.


Is the Pot Industry Socially Responsible?

Can the potential big-money marijuana industry be considered socially responsible?


However You Slice It, CEO Pay Is Ripping You Off

The state of American chief executive compensation has gotten 257 times more insulting.

Nike Is a Prosocial Stock, So Just Do It

This massive company's healthy attitude stretches further in the world than one might think.


Chipotle's Challenge, CEO Pay, and Those Darn Awesome Cups

Read it and weep: Are Ells and Moran overpaid or not?


Are Your Companies Copping Out on Climate Change?

Climate change impacts America, including the stocks in your portfolios.


I'm Finally Facing It: Facebook Is a Buy

As a social media user and an investor, I finally "like" this stock.


Companies With Blood on Their Hands

Mining for clarity and change on conflict minerals at the companies we own.

Unearthing Value Instead of Burying Problems

More companies are recognizing the rewards of ending wastefulness.


Could Paying Employees to Quit Save Amazon?

One innovative move in employee relations may spark a positive revolution at Amazon.


Is Shareholder "Say on Pay" Working?

Shareholder focus on CEO compensation might be bringing it down to earth.


A New, Evolving Chapter in Investing

Much like life, investing evolves. We can add on more positive ways to secure our futures.


Surveillance, Political Spending, Climate Change, and Your Stocks

Shareholders are agitating for change at public companies this year.