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and Lucent Technologies merged in December 2006 to form Alcatel-Lucent. In January 2016, the company was acquired by Nokia.

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1 January 2007

Best places to work for LGTB equality 2007

Author: Human Rights Campaign

[companies with a perfect score: Starcom MediaVest, Boeing, Honeywell, Northrop Grumman, Raytheon, AMR Corp (American Airlines), US Airways, Abercrombie & Fitch, Gap, Levi Strauss, Liz Claiborne, Nike, Nordstrom, DaimlerChrysler, Ford Motor,...

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1 January 2007

Sudan Divestment Movement Gains Momentum… and Opposition [USA]

Author: KLD Newsline

Over the past 18 months, the movement to divest from Sudan [over what the US government has called genocide in Darfur] has been growing in the United States, in state government, and on university campuses. Individual cities across the country have...

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1 January 2007

USA: Human Rights Campaign names best workplaces for gays & lesbians - 142 companies earn perfect score

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8 March 2007

Sour taste as Tate & Lyle exits FTSE4Good [UK]

Author: Environmental Finance

Sugar giant Tate & Lyle and luxury goods group LVMH have been ejected from the FTSE4Good index series for failing to meet its supply chain labour standards...US media firm Viacom, [is also leaving] for not meeting environmental criteria [as are] ...

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13 April 2007

Lucent settles age bias case [USA]

Author: Jim Salter, Associated Press

Lucent Technologies [now Alcatel-Lucent] will pay $195,000 to settle an age discrimination lawsuit filed on behalf of a 55-year-old worker [Thomas Cross] who lost his job after more than three decades with the telecommunications equipment maker, the U...

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27 April 2007

French Cos take up HIV issue in private sector [India]

Author: United News of India

To raise awareness about the role of private sector in AIDS response, the French Embassy in India together with the UNAIDS brought together CEOs of French companies to deliberate on HIV-related workplace policy issues. The Embassy...organised a...

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15 May 2007

Social(k) and Fidelity Out of Sudan Target Companies to Divest Retirement Funds from Fidelity Investments Over Sudan

Author: Social(k)

...Social(k)...today is day-lighting the names of 29 major companies each with more than two billion dollars of retirement assets in...Fidelity Investments... Social(k) fund President Rob Thomas made the announcement due to concerns the financial...

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8 August 2007

Mobile Service Helps Bring Down Infant Mortality [Mali]

Author: Kelvin Chibomba, oneworld.net

In Coura...it's now possible to monitor the health of local infants...with the launch of a new pilot project dubbed Pesinet. Initiated and funded by Alcatel-Lucent, Fondation Orange Mali, Afrique Initiatives, Medicament Export (Medex) and Kafo...

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15 August 2007

As other firms exit, phone companies enter Sudan

Author: Andrew Heavens, Reuters

...[The] booming telecoms market...has proved too tempting for mobile phone companies to resist. For them,...Sudan's western Darfur region [is] not so much a disaster zone as one more unexploited mobile phone market... Sudan's biggest mobile name is...

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17 September 2007

USA: Report by Human Rights Campaign finds growth in company policies for gay & transgender workers

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