Gillette (part of Procter & Gamble)
Gillette merged with Procter & Gamble on 1 October 2005.
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Author: Alexandra Topping, Kate Lyons & Matthew Weaver, The Guardian
"Gillette #MeToo razors ad on 'toxic masculinity' gets praise - and abuse," 15 Jan 2019...
[PDF] Press Release - Bahrain Grand Prix: Only 29% of Formula One companies respond to human rights concerns
Author: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre
Only 29% of firms linked to Formula One responded to Business & Human Rights Resource Centre about human rights concerns that various organizations raised relating to the Bahrain Grand Prix, scheduled for 20-22 April. Forty two companies or teams...
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[PDF] full report: "Influencing Power - Reviewing the conduct and content of corporate lobbying" (free registration required)
Author: SustainAbility & WWF
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Author: Laura Smitherman, Baltimore Sun [USA]
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Author: William Baue, SocialFunds.com
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Author: Adam Geller, Associated Press
U.S. corporate donations for tsunami relief in south Asia now top $302 million ([euro]230.48 million), including more than $110 million ([euro]83.95 million) in cash...In addition to cash, companies have pledged everything from medical supplies to...