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2008 Cisco Corporate Social Responsibility Report Online

Corporate citizenship has long been a priority at Cisco and we are proud to be partners in initiatives that make a difference in many global communities. Education initiatives, responsible management and CSR governance, energy efficient measures for our buildings and networking technology solutions for customers--are just some of our investments we have made in products, cash and expertise. With today’s release of Cisco’s fourth annual CSR report, our role in responsible business practices and social investment is top of mind for the company.Corporate citizenship was also the focus of an event hosted by The Economist in San Francisco earlier this week. As a participant in the conference, it was great to exchange ideas and hear perspectives from different business leaders on the role corporate citizenship plays in their respective organizations. Cisco chairman and CEO, John Chambers, talked about driving social and economic impact through corporate citizenship with Matthew Bishop, senior business writer for The Economist and Randa Ayoubi, CEO of Rubicon, during a TelePresence conversation shown at the conference. Research findings relating to the role of corporate citizenship in business can also be found in The Economist report”Corporate Citizenship: Profiting from a Sustainable Business.” Post by Tae Yoo, SVP, Corporate Affairs

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  1. Thanks for sharingit It was great to exchange ideas and hear perspectives from different business leaders on the role corporate citizenship plays in their respective organizations

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  2. It was really helpful,Corporate citizenship was also the focus of an event hosted by The Economist in San Francisco.

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