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28 March 2004

J & J gives away HIV drug rights

Author: Geoff Dyer, Financial Times

Research into virus-killing gels that can prevent HIV infections in women will receive a large boost on Monday when Johnson & Johnson announces it has donated the rights on a potentially exciting new product to a non-profit group that specialises...

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14 January 2004

Kodak, Xerox vow to cut emissions - Two giants are part of voluntary fed plan to reduce greenhouse gases

Author: Corydon Ireland, Democrat & Chronicle

[USA]: Eastman Kodak Co. and Xerox Corp. have joined a voluntary federal program designed to reduce greenhouse gases emitted by private industry. [also refers to IBM, Johnson & Johnson, Miller Brewing (part of SABMiller), US Steel]

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1 January 2004

UK: Winner of Guardian/Ashridge MBA essay competition says companies will only be "socially responsible" if it pays

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1 January 2004

[PDF] Using international tools to stop corporate malpractice - does it work? Checks and balances in the global economy

Author: International Baby Food Action Network

Concern about the sometimes-fatal effects of the marketing practices of companies that manufacture and distribute breastmilk substitutes led to the first international measure to regulate the activities of a whole industry sector at a global level.....

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1 January 2004

[PDF] [winning essay]: "CSR Doesn’t Matter – Business Profits Do"

Author: Nick Tilston, MBA student, Strathclyde Graduate School of Business [UK] [Winning essay - Ashridge/Guardian MBA essay award 2004]

Corporate leaders often lose sight of the fact that the most important secondary effect of what they do – not what they aim at but what their actions lead to - is the promotion of a socially progressive society through the market imperative..they must...

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1 November 2003

The Corporate Responsibility Code Book

Author: Deborah Leipziger

In her many lectures around the world, CSR consultant Deborah Leipziger has been asked the same question over and over again: ‘What are the best standards for companies seeking to be socially responsible?’ Over the course of more than a decade, she...

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29 September 2003

Business also benefits from helping the poor: Potential markets can be seductive, but the pathway to success is seldom easy

Author: Alison Maitland, Financial Times

[refers to innovative social projects by Hewlett-Packard in India; also refers to initiatives by Unilever, Iceland, Johnson & Johnson]

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17 September 2003

Coalition of twelve major US corporations and WRI announce largest corporate green power purchases in US

Author: World Resources Institute

The World Resources Institute (WRI) and the 12 members of its Green Power Market Development Group today announced 97 megawatts (MW) of groundbreaking green power deals. The purchases include the largest corporate fuel cell and renewable energy...

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1 September 2003

[PDF] "Sustainability, Responsibility & Ethics in the Pharmaceutical Industry - An Agenda for Change"

Author: Henderson Global Investors

[PDF] Triggers for this shift include high profile campaigns over access to medicines in the developing world, serious violations of marketing and competition law, growing concerns from the medical profession over the role of 'big pharma' in medical...

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20 August 2003

Citizens Advisers Sees Positive Shift in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Commitment: Socially responsible investment firm applauds Microsoft and others taking steps to improve transparency

Author: Citizens Advisers, Inc.

Other companies that stand out from their peers are Intel, BP, 3M and Johnson & Johnson. “These companies have produced and make public, sustainability reports that clearly outline their social and environmental performance, making it easier to...

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