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[PDF] Speech by Salil Tripathi, International Alert - Sub-Saharan Consultation Convened by the Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General on Business and Human Rights and the Office of the High Commissioner of Human Rights, Johannesburg, South...
Author: Salil Tripathi, International Alert
I began by talking about how certain individuals, or certain companies, took exceptional steps in particular moments of crises, and acted in ways that contributed to reducing tensions, conflict, and respected human rights. For a company to act in a...
Author: Paranjoy Guha Thakurta, Inter Press Service
India's...government has on the anvil controversial legislation that would see jobs reserved for ‘dalits'...in private corporations after a pattern that has long existed in the public sector. Opposition to the proposed law is already building up from...
Author: Political Economy Research Institute (PERI), Univ. of Massachusetts [USA]
1. E. I. Du Pont de Nemours [DuPont], 2. United States Steel , 3. ConocoPhillips, 4. General Electric , 5. Eastman Kodak, 6. Exxon Mobil, 7. Ford , 8. Tyson Foods, 9. Alcoa, 10. Archer Daniels Midland (ADM), 11. Dow Chemical, 12. Eastman Chemical, 13....
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[PDF] full report: "The State of the Workplace for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Americans 2005-2006"
Author: Human Rights Campaign
- Related stories: USA: 2005-6 "State of the Workplace for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Americans" - 86% of Fortune 500 companies now prohibit sexual orientation discrimination
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The army of corporate greens is growing fast. Late last year HSBC became the first big bank to announce that it was carbon-neutral, joining other financial institutions, including Swiss Re, a reinsurer, and Goldman Sachs, an investment bank, in waging...
IBM CEO calls for end to colonial companies; OECD offers guidance for multinationals in “weak governance” zones
Author: Finfacts [Ireland]
Sam Palmisano, Chairman and CEO of IBM, today calls on multinationals to evolve into a new type of corporation if they are to avoid an anti-globalisation backlash...Palmisano says that traditional multinational companies need to abandon their almost...
[PDF] Black Enterprise Announces the 40 Best Companies for Diversity - Second Annual Diversity Report Reveals the Top Performers in Minority Supplier, Workforce Management, and Board Representation
Author: Black Enterprise
Among the top 40, Denny's Corp. was cited for making significant progress in all four key areas. Diversity leaders such as Eastman Kodak Co., PepsiCo, and Bank of America have excelled at seeking out and doing business with black suppliers. FedEx...
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Author: Karen Donovan, New York Times
The nation’s largest law firms...have struggled to attract, keep and promote minority and women lawyers. Now these firms have a powerful incentive to do better: Some of their biggest corporate clients are demanding that they increase the number of...