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HP spun off its products and services to a new company, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, in November 2015.
Author: Oxfam America (US)
"Corporations Increasingly Vocal on Social Issues but Still Mostly Lobbying for Lower Taxes" 12 Apr 2018...
- Related in-depth areas: CEO activism and other positive business initiatives to protect civic freedoms
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Commentary: Businesses must put human rights at center of efforts to achieve Sustainable Development Goals
Author: Christen Dobson & Phil Bloomer, UNA-UK
"A new bottom line", 19 Mar 2018...
Author: Ali Abunimah, The Electronic Intifada
The United Nations human rights office has held back a database of companies involved in Israel’s illegal settlements in the occupied West Bank, including East Jerusalem, and Syria’s Golan Heights. Barak Ravid, the diplomatic correspondent for Israel...
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Author: Laurent Ribadeau Dumas, France info
«Londres: procès contre une société minière accusée de violences en Sierra Leone », 31 janvier 2018...
Ranking corporate action on conflict minerals sourcing in Dem. Rep of Congo, new report by Enough Project