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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

The Barilla Boycott: Companies Wade In; Consumers React

Hot topics like gay marriage can spark public rage, as the Barilla company has found out recently. Do your spending and investing dollars matter when your values come into play?

Breaking Bored: Losing the Best Show on TV

We’ve lost the best-written show on television, Breaking Bad. Is it back to TV wasteland?

Are You Ready to Write "Thank You" Notes to Wealthy CEOs?

One Ayn Rand fan suggested giving millionaires a break -- and even thanking them for their contributions. No thanks.

Why I'm Buying More Whole Foods Despite Doubtful Times

In business, unkindness courts disaster; kindness protects the future.

These Corporate Managers Aren't Sweating Over CEO-to-Worker Pay Disclosure

Some CEOs and their companies’ investors have no reason to panic over the proposed SEC rule on CEO-to-worker pay ratio.

Surprise, CEOs: You're on Candid Disclosure!

The ratio disclosure that CEOs fear is one step closer to your SEC filings.

Why Panera's CEO Is Going Hungry

Ron Shaich’s low-budget diet isn’t about management failure; he’s making a point we should heed.

Is Apple Microsoftening?

Apple isn’t rotten, but shareholders face some risks after the iPhone disappointment.

Wal-Mart Vows to Become Less Toxic

The discount giant tackles chemicals in its merchandise.

Disrespecting, Disappointing, and Disheartening Awesome Investors

A lesser-known revelation about the financial crisis may shed light on Wall Street -- and mediocrity.

If Only These Stocks Were More Appetizing Right Now

The undeterred bull market frustrates investors looking for good deals on good companies’ shares.

Joblessness, Making Do, Then Making Way

These days, making work, not cutting jobs, is very socially responsible.

Greek Tragedy: Chobani's Tasteless Recall

Chobani's mold misstep may grow a culture of distrust.

Chipotle, Taco Bell Head-to-Head: No Contest

Some anecdotal research matches the numbers.

Made in America: More Than Just a Patriotic Concept

A no-brainer for economic recovery: “Made in America” is key.

Billions in Welfare: Cash for Corporations and Their CEOs

When it comes to welfare, corporate handouts are the worst.

Why Greedy CEOs May Be Terrified Right Now

Disclosure of the CEO-pay-to-worker-pay ratio will shake the status quo.

Starbucks via Whole Foods: Evolution Is On

The new Evolution Fresh distribution deal with Whole Foods Market is a perfect match.

Buying Best Buy Now Is a Terrible Idea

Best Buy bulls may be in for quite a shock.

Will Holiday Acceleration Burn Out American Shoppers?

Early holiday panic ploys may leave consumers with holiday fatigue before they even start.