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ISIS warns that technology companies face many risks

Author: Alison Maitland, Financial Times, Published on: 19 January 2004

The study of 11 of the biggest companies in the sector says Hewlett-Packard and Nokia are the best performers overall, although both are better at managing environmental challenges than labour standards. Siemens is in the poorest performing category on both counts. On labour standards, the other weakest companies are Canon, IBM and Sharp, while Dell, Electrolux, Motorola, Philips and Sony sit in the middle.

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Related companies: Canon Dell Electrolux HP (Hewlett-Packard) IBM Nokia Royal Philips Electronics Siemens Sony