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Follow this list to discover and track stocks have the highest Environmental scores as rated by Sustainalytics Research. This list is generated daily and limited to the top 30 stocks that meet the criteria.

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  • Lawyer: Google's new sexual harassment policy is a 'bait-and-switch'
    Yahoo Finance58 minutes ago

    Lawyer: Google's new sexual harassment policy is a 'bait-and-switch'

    Facing pressure over high-profile allegations of sexual harassment, Google recently changed its policy of forcing those claims into arbitration. But this isn't all good news for employees.

  • A bug in Microsoft's login system made it easy to hijack anyone's Office account
    TechCrunch3 hours ago

    A bug in Microsoft's login system made it easy to hijack anyone's Office account

    A string of bugs when chained together created the perfect attack to gain access to someone's Microsoft account — simply by tricking a user into clicking a link. Sahad Nk, an India-based bug hunter, discovered that a Microsoft subdomain, "success.office.com," had not been properly configured, allowing him to take it over.

  • Monday was a 'moral victory' for investors
    Yahoo Finance18 hours ago

    Monday was a 'moral victory' for investors

    Markets rebounded from early losses to close in the green on Monday but the market still remains in an overall downtrend and the pattern continues to be discouraging for investors.

  • Microsoft is asking the government to regulate the company's facial recognition tech
    Yahoo Finance23 hours ago

    Microsoft is asking the government to regulate the company's facial recognition tech

    Microsoft president Brad Smith is calling on the federal government to step in and pass laws to prevent the abuse of facial recognition technologies.

  • Verizon announces 10,400 employees will voluntarily leave the company
    TechCrunchyesterday

    Verizon announces 10,400 employees will voluntarily leave the company

    Verizon today announced 10,400 employees are taking buyouts to leave the company. This is part of an effort to trim the telecom giant's workforce ahead of its push towards 5G. Everyone at TechCrunch, which is part of the Verizon Media Group, is sticking around.

  • Dell gets shareholder approval for VMware deal
    Reuters4 minutes ago

    Dell gets shareholder approval for VMware deal

    Dell said its Class C shares are expected to begin trading on the New York Stock Exchange on Dec. 28. The company sweetened the offer for the VMware tracking stockholders to $23.9 billion from $21.7 billion in November, helping it win backing from shareholders, including Carl Icahn, who had opposed the initial offer. Icahn, who owns 9.3 percent stake in Dell tracking stock, along with other hedge fund investors had opposed the first offer from Dell, saying it massively undervalued the tracking stock.

  • Verizon takes billions in charges for Oath, voluntary buyouts
    Reuters9 minutes ago

    Verizon takes billions in charges for Oath, voluntary buyouts

    The largest U.S. wireless carrier by subscribers said in a filing that competition pressures will continue for Oath, which was formed after Verizon bought Yahoo and AOL. Verizon, which had 152,300 employees as of the quarter ended Sept. 30, has been looking to cut costs as it ramps up investment in its next-generation 5G network, which is expected to fuel its future growth.

  • Verizon takes billions in charges for Oath, voluntary buyouts
    Reuters9 minutes ago

    Verizon takes billions in charges for Oath, voluntary buyouts

    The largest U.S. wireless carrier by subscribers said in a filing that competition pressures will continue for Oath, which was formed after Verizon bought Yahoo and AOL. Verizon had said that about 10,400 employees will leave the company by the middle of next year as part of its voluntary separation program. Verizon, which had 152,300 employees as of the quarter ended Sept. 30, has been looking to cut costs as it ramps up investment in its next-generation 5G network, which is expected to fuel its future growth.

  • Barrons.com23 minutes ago

    5 Companies That Raised Dividends as Bond Yields Increase

    Rising bond yields are creating new opportunities for income-seeking investors, but some companies are sweetening their payouts as well.

  • A bug left your Microsoft account wide open to complete takeover
    Mashable Tech29 minutes ago

    A bug left your Microsoft account wide open to complete takeover

    Bug bounty hunter Sahad Nk recently uncovered a series of vulnerabilities that left Microsoft users’ accounts — from your Office documents to your Outlook emails — susceptible to hacking. While working as a security researcher with cybersecurity site SafetyDetective, Nk discovered that he was able to take over the Microsoft subdomain, http://success.office.com, because it wasn’t properly configured. This allowed the bug hunter to set up an Azure web app that pointed to the domain’s CNAME record, which maps domain aliases and subdomains to the main domain. By doing this, Nk not only takes control of the subdomain, but also receives any and all data sent to it. This is where the second major vulnerability comes into play.  SEE ALSO: Microsoft’s redesigned Office icons showcase the future of the software suite Microsoft Office, Outlook, Store, and Sway apps send authenticated login tokens to the http://success.office.com subdomain. When a user logs in to Microsoft Live, login.live.com, the login token would leak over to the server controlled by Nk. He would then just have to send over an email to the user asking them to click a link, which would provide Nk with a valid session token — a way to log in to the user’s account without even needing their username or password. And, because Nk has access on Microsoft’s side, that link would come in the form of a login.live.com URL, bypassing phishing detection and even the savviest of internet users. According to SafetyDetective, the issues were reported to Microsoft in June. They were fixed just last month, in November.  WATCH: How to concoct (and remember!) an insanely secure password — Clarification Please

  • Zacks1 hour ago

    Bristol-Myers to Study Opdivo in Combo With Vedanta's VE800

    Bristol-Myers (BMY) enters into a collaboration agreement with Vedanta Biosciences to study Opdivo clubbed with the latter's VE800 for treating patients with advanced or metastatic cancers.

  • Zacks1 hour ago

    Will Top-Line Growth Support Ciena's (CIEN) Q4 Earnings?

    Ciena (CIEN) is likely to beat earnings estimates in the fiscal fourth quarter on the back of higher revenues on a year-over-year basis.

  • Nokia Doesn’t Want Cash Shortage to Block Its 5G Highway
    Market Realist37 minutes ago

    Nokia Doesn’t Want Cash Shortage to Block Its 5G Highway

    Nokia’s (NOK) sales have mostly been on a decline in recent years, and the company is banking on the adoption of 5G connectivity to help it return to growth. To ensure that it can maximize its commercial opportunities in the 5G era, Nokia has been working on addressing its funding needs.