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1 November 2008

Just Good Business: The Strategic Guide to Aligning Corporate Responsibility and Brand

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1 November 2008

[PDF] Just Good Business: The Strategic Guide to Aligning Corporate Responsibility and Brand

Author: Kellie A. McElhaney, Center for Responsible Business - UC Berkeley

[refers to Nike, General Electric, Wal-Mart, American Express , Converse, Gap, Emporio Armani, Motorola, Apple, Hallmark Cards, Dell, Microsoft]

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29 November 2007

(PRODUCT)RED Hits US$ 50 Million Contribution Milestone

Author: UN Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria

The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria today announced that contributions from (PRODUCT)RED partners have reached over $50 million... This cumulative total...outstrips by far all previous private sector contributions to the Global...

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1 December 2006

How employers can help battle Aids (So. Africa)

Author: Lynley Donnelly , Mail & Guardian So. Africa

…[L]arge corporations with the financial resources to implement HIV/Aids workplace programmes are making inroads…First National Bank (FNB), [has a] programme… aimed at educating, training, testing & encouraging people to access treatment…Mining...

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13 October 2006

Hey, nice clothes. But are they ethical? [Lesotho]

Author: Stephanie Hanes, Christian Science Monitor

...[A] remarkable turnaround [in Lesotho's textile industry has been] spurred by Lesotho's increasing attractiveness as an origin of "ethical clothing." More than 7,000 jobs have been restored recently, thanks mainly to a growing demand for sweatshop...

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21 September 2006

HIV positive Armani employee awarded £18,000 after being forced out of job [UK]

Author: Workplace Law Magazine [UK]

A former Armani manager has been awarded £18,000 after a tribunal ruled he was forced out of his job for being HIV positive. [He] ran the Emporio Armani restaurant [part of Giorgio Armani] in London. In April 2005 staff were told they would be made...

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