12 Jun, 2019FORTUNE.COM
The 122-year-old J.M. Smucker Company is used to thinking long-term. That point of view is helpful when figuring out how a company can contribute to the place where it does business while still meeting the demands of its shareholders.
“The convergence of supporting our community and our business does pay off in the long term,” said CEO and president Mark Smucker, speaking at Fortune‘s CEO Initiative in New York on Tuesday. “Thinking long-term is part of our DNA.”...
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