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[PDF] 2004 Lifeworth Annual Review of Corporate Responsibility

Particular issues under the spotlight included activism, climate change, human rights, corruption, globalisation, standardization, sustainability reporting and taxation. [refers to Caterpillar, Minera Escondida (part of BHP Billiton), AMP Group, Co-operative Bank (part of Co-operative Group), Shell, ABB, Barclays, Hewlett Packard (HP), MTV Networks Europe (part of MTV), National Grid Transco, Novartis, Body Shop, Lucita, Futerra, Ethical Media, Guardian Media Group, BBC, ITV, Reuters, Pearson, Trinity Mirror, AOL (part of Time Warner), Sky [British Sky Broadcasting], Reed Elsevier Group, Capital Radio, Hindustan Lever (part of Unilever), Philips (Royal Philips Electronics), DuPont, Johnson & Johnson, Grameen Bank, Citigroup, Coca-Cola, Union Carbide (part of Dow Chemical), ExxonMobil, Alcan, BT, IBM, NorskeCanada (part of Norske Skog), Bristol-Myers Squibb, Eastman Kodak, General Electric, Pfizer, EnBW (Energie Baden-Württemberg), Toyota, Sony, Sterling Waterford Securities, Dreher Breweries]

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