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[audio] Shareholders Seek Portfolio Detox

Author: Corporate Watchdog Media, interview with Richard Liroff, Investor Environmental Health Network, Published on: 4 April 2007

In the current corporate annual meeting season, shareowners have stepped up demands on companies to seek alternatives to toxic materials in their products... Corporate Watchdog Radio cohost Sanford Lewis, who is counsel to the Investor Environmental Health Network, discusses these and other fights with Richard Liroff, Director of the Network. Other companies discussed include Chemlawn [part of ServiceMaster], Bed, Bath & Beyond, SC Johnson, CVS, Dow Chemical, Wal-Mart, Mohawk Carpet [part of Mohawk Industries] [as well as Apple, DuPont, Avon, Johnson & Johnson, Sears, Scotts Miracle-Gro, ConAgra, Whole Foods, Wal-Mart, Sony, Target, Dr. Scholl's (part of Schering-Plough), SC Johnson]

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Related companies: Apple Avon BD (Becton, Dickinson) Bed Bath & Beyond ConAgra CVS Dow Chemical DuPont Johnson & Johnson Mohawk Industries SC Johnson Schering-Plough Scotts Sears ServiceMaster Sony Target Walmart Whole Foods Market