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Author: Simon Goodley, Guardian (UK)
A government inquiry headed by former trade minister Lord Davies is calling on the country's 350 largest public companies to ensure that 25% of their directors are female by 2015. However, the latest figures show that 18 FTSE 100 firms have no women...
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Author: Sam Bond, Edie
Research carried out by Trucost on behalf of the Environment Agency showed that 84 of the first 100 FTSE listed companies to report as required under the EU's Account Modernisation Directive business review did not disclose their environmental...