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Article

25 Jan 2005

Author:
Todd Mason, Knight Ridder Newspapers [USA]

Advocates: Tsunami aid only part of picture

...tsunami aid may be a poor guide for the investor who considers himself socially responsible. The five largest companies in the Calvert Social Index, designed by the Calvert Group mutual-fund family to track socially responsible stocks, have made impressive pledges, but so have the five largest companies spurned by Calvert. [Calvert index includes Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson, IBM; omits General Electric. Article also refers to ExxonMobil, Wal-Mart, Coca-Cola]

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