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Author: Ethical Corporation [leader]
The ethics of the ongoing Burma boycott may be slightly more complex than they seem...More people are going to Burma...There are reasons to reconsider [sanctions]. For one thing, sanctions are probably not working. According to the Brussels-based...
Author: Fiona Harvey, Financial Times
Leaders of some of the world's biggest businesses on Thursday increased the pressure on the Group of Eight industrialised nations ahead of a summit on global warming, urging them to set up a system of emissions trading for greenhouse gases that would...
- Related companies: ABB Alcan (now Rio Tinto Alcan) BP British Airways BT Cinergy (now Duke Energy) Cisco Systems Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Deutsche Bank E.ON EADS (European Aeronautic Defence and Space) EDF Eskom Ford HP (Hewlett-Packard) HSBC Petrobras RAO-UES Rio Tinto Siemens Swiss Re Toyota Vattenfall Volkswagen
[PDF] full report: "Influencing Power - Reviewing the conduct and content of corporate lobbying" (free registration required)
Author: SustainAbility & WWF
[Companies with "systematic" approach: BASF, BP, Chevron, Dow, Ford, General Motors, GlaxoSmithKline, Hewlett-Packard. Companies with "developing" approach: Altria, AstraZeneca, Diageo, Microsoft, Pfizer, Philips, Shell, Swiss Re, Time Warner, Total. ...
- Related stories: WWF, SustainAbility report on extent to which lobbying activities of S&P Global 100 companies are consistent with their social & environmental commitments
- Related companies: 3M ABN Amro Aegon AIG Alcan (now Rio Tinto Alcan) Alcatel (now Alcatel-Lucent) Allianz Altria Assicurazioni Generali AstraZeneca AT&T AXA Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ (part of Mitsubishi UFJ) Barclays BASF Bayer BBVA BHP Billiton BNP Paribas BP Bridgestone Bristol-Myers Squibb Canon Carrefour Chevron Citigroup Coca-Cola Colgate-Palmolive Credit Suisse DaimlerChrysler (now Daimler) Dell Deutsche Bank Deutsche Telekom Diageo Dow Chemical DuPont E.ON EMC Ericsson ExxonMobil Ford Fortis France Telecom (now Orange) Fujifilm Holdings Corporation (formerly Fuji Photo Film) General Electric General Motors Gillette (part of Procter & Gamble) GlaxoSmithKline Hitachi Honda HP (Hewlett-Packard) HSBC IBM ING Intel Ito-Yokado Johnson & Johnson JPMorgan Chase Kimberly-Clark L'Oreal Lucent Technologies (now Alcatel-Lucent) Matsushita (now Panasonic) McDonald's Merck Microsoft Mitsubishi Group Morgan Stanley Nestlé News Corporation Nissan Nokia Nortel Networks Novartis PepsiCo Pfizer Procter & Gamble Repsol YPF Royal Philips Electronics Samsung Sanofi Santander Shell Siemens Sony Suez Swiss Re Telefónica Texas Instruments Time Warner Toshiba Total Toyota Tyco UBS Unilever United Technologies Vivendi Vodafone Volkswagen Walmart
Author: International Rivers Network & The Corner House
The following update summarizes the responses [from companies] to the report on the Merowe Dam Project in Sudan that International Rivers Network and The Corner House published in early May 2005, and other recent developments. The main funder of the...
Banks buy into jail-labour firm; Six financial giants among top shareholders of China's largest wig manufacturer which uses prisoners to make its products
Author: Jamil Anderlini, South China Morning Post [Hong Kong]
Six of the world's largest financial institutions have bought shares in a Chinese wig manufacturer that could be barred from the United States, its biggest market, because it uses forced labour to make some of its products. Deutsche Bank, HSBC, ING,...
Deutsche Bank response to South China Morning Post article raising concerns about shares in the Chinese company Henan Rebecca
Author: Deutsche Bank
Deutsche Bank has no proprietary holding in Henan Rebecca Hair products and does not provide research cover on the stock. Any listed holding in this stock by Deutsche Bank is on behalf of clients buying stock through the Banks Qualified Foreign...
- Related stories: 6 banks listed among top shareholders of Chinese wig firm reportedly using forced prison labour: Deutsche Bank, HSBC, ING, Merrill Lynch, Morgan Stanley, UBS
- This is a response from the following companies: Deutsche Bank
Author: William Baue, SocialFunds.com
On August 17, 2005, the South China Morning Post, Hong-Kong's English-language newspaper, printed an article alleging that mainland China wig manufacturer Henan Rebecca Hair Products employs the forced labor of prisoners in Xuchang. The company's half...
Author: Deutsche Bank
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