Skip to content
  • The Anti-Wall Street: Would You Give Half Your Profit To Charity?

    Forbes - 06/28/2013

    Many companies talk about employee engagement and have lofty mission statements, but few live them. Meet Bridgeway Capital Management, the anti-Wall Street based in Houston, Tex. For 20 years, they have given 50 percent of their profits to charity, capped partner compensation at seven times the earnings of the lowest-paid employee, and have garnered $2.3 billion in assets through a relentless dedication to customer satisfaction.

    The company considers itself a “generous business,” a company committed to challenging its owners, staff, and families to lead transformative change through the joy of giving. Bridgeway president Mike Mulcahy says, “We’ve created a staff of people we really enjoy, employees with character and passion, who work together for a bigger and more meaningful purpose. And, if entire families get involved, the company becomes a more important and valuable part of each of their lives.”

  • Cookies on Northeastern sites

    This website uses cookies and similar technologies to understand your use of our website and give you a better experience. By continuing to use the site or closing this banner without changing your cookie settings, you agree to our use of cookies and other technologies. To find out more about our use of cookies and how to change your settings, please go to our Privacy Statement.