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Autor/in: Fay Hansen, Christian Science Monitor
[regarding lawsuits about unpaid overtime; refers to Starbucks, Wal-Mart, Tyson Foods, Rite Aid, Bank of America, Pacific Bell, Farmers Insurance Group]
Autor/in: BBC News
Representatives of the Jewish community in Belgium have signed a compensation deal worth $45m for property seized or lost during the Nazi occupation...The money is being paid by the Belgian Government, insurance companies and the central bank....
Autor/in: Associated Press
Autor/in: UNEP Finance Initiatives
Sector Reports - UNEP DTIE is facilitating the preparation of a series of sector reports [for World Summit on Sustainable Development], whereby international, industry organisations and associations take stock of progress towards sustainable...
Autor/in: UN Environment Programme
UNEP DTIE has facilitated the preparation of a series of sector reports, whereby international, industry organisations and associations take stock of progress towards sustainable development and outline future challenges and actions to be taken.
Autor/in: Dan Morain, Los Angeles Times
The California Department of Insurance on Wednesday identified half a dozen insurance companies that issued slavery-era policies and posted the names of hundreds of slave owners and the slaves they insured on the agency's Web site [firms mentioned in...
Autor/in: Sarah Lubman, San Jose Mercury News
The names of hundreds of slaves whose lives were insured before 1865 were released by the state Wednesday, plunging California into the middle of a growing national movement to sue companies for slavery reparations. The information, mandated by a state...
- Mit Bezug auf: Slavery reparations lawsuit (re USA) State [California] releases names of slaves who were insured
- Betreffende Unternehmen: Aetna AIG New York Life