Growing inequality has been called the defining challenge of our time. Oxfam found that the wealth of the richest 1 percent in the world amounts to 65 times the total wealth of the bottom half of the population. Many observers are pointing the finger at business on issues, such as executive pay, taxes, minimum wage, etc. Others feel governments and civil society actors have failed to deliver on their part of the social contract. Current robust corporate responsibility efforts often focus on basic human rights protections, occupational health and safety, and environmental stewardship, without specifically addressing inequality issues. As more companies find themselves in the spotlight in the inequality debate, we must ask ourselves: How should corporate responsibility evolve in the age of inequality? How can companies transform their business models to cultivate more inclusive economies that deliver mutual benefits?