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1 July 2006

"Tomorrow's Global Company" inquiry launched, with backing of 11 companies including Anglo American, Ford, Suez, McKinsey, BP, Infosys, ABB, Alcan

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1 July 2006

Inquiry website: "Tomorrow's Global Company"

Author: Tomorrow's Company

Tomorrow's Global Company is the latest inquiry from Tomorrow's Company, focusing on the role & purpose of global companies and the conditions for their success in the future.

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1 June 2006

[book] Challenging The Chip: Labor Rights and Environmental Justice in the Global Electronics Industry

Author: Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition

This book is the first comprehensive examination of the impacts of electronics manufacturing on workers and local environments around the world... The book's twenty-five chapters not only document the unsustainable practices of the growing electronics...

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9 March 2006

Greenpeace welcomes HP's commitment to phase out toxic chemicals in its products - says industry laggards are Acer, Apple, Dell, Fujitsu-Siemens, IBM, Lenovo, Panasonic, Siemens, Toshiba

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9 March 2006
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Author: Greenpeace France

A l'occasion du CeBIT, le plus grand salon international de l'électronique qui se tient à Hanovre, les militants de Greenpeace...[tiennent à] rappeler qu'avec le développement des outils électroniques toujours plus rapides, plus compacts, plus...

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9 March 2006

HP rises to the toxic challenge

Author: Greenpeace

Electronics giant Hewlett Packard has risen to the challenge we set them and committed to a phase out plan for a range of hazardous chemicals in its products...HP joins big industry names like Sony, Nokia, Samsung, LG and Sony Ericsson who are leading...

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17 November 2005

Greenpeace urges HP to cut toxic chemicals

Author: Reuters

Environmental group Greenpeace on Thursday accused U.S. computer giant Hewlett-Packard Co. of dragging its feet in clearing toxic chemicals from the production line. The company recently announced plans to eliminate brominated flame retardants (BFRs)...

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2 November 2005

HP pledges to eliminate harmful chemicals (brominated flame retardants) from products

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14 January 2005

China: 2008 Olympics in Beijing - Human Rights Watch briefing on business & labour rights

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14 January 2005

International Olympic Committee Partners

Author: Human Rights Watch

As partners, these companies are granted exclusive marketing rights and the right to use Olympics logos on their products. [As of 13 Jan 2005 list includes Atos Origin, Coca-Cola, General Electric, John Hancock (part of Manulife), Eastman Kodak Company...

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