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Author: Mark Hodge, Global Business Initiative on Human Rights
On June 1st, Ed Potter, Director of Global Workplace Rights at The Coca-Cola Company retires. In order to mark the occasion of Ed's retirement, a number of business leaders wanted to express their appreciation for his contribution to the agenda and to...
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Author: Global Business Initiative on Human Rights
"Understanding and Implementing Respect for Human Rights in a Business Context: A Conference for Business Leaders", 6 Nov 2014...
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Author: Mike Hower, Sustainable Brands
LG Electronics, Nokia, Sony, Blackberry and Motorola [Motorola Mobility (part of Google)] have released statements reaffirming their commitments to tackling illegal tin mining in Indonesia. The move came after British environmental NGO Friends of the...
Author: Leon Kaye, on TriplePundit
TCO Development granted Samsung’s Galaxy S4 the organization’s first ever sustainability certification for smartphones...But will consumers really care, or even notice?...TCO lauded Samsung for manufacturing the S4 without the use of hazardous...
[PDF] What's Needed: An Overview of Multi-Stakeholder and Industry Activities to Achieve Conflict-Free Minerals
Author: Responsible Sourcing Network
[Refers to Advanced Micro Devices (ADM), AIM Metals & Alloys, Alpha, American Mitsuba, AngloGold Ashanti, Apple, Asahi Pretec, AT&T, AVX, Banro, Best Buy, Boeing, BorgWarner, Cartier (part of Richemont), Chrysler, Cisco, Dell, Deloitte, Delphi,...
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Author: Tan Min, Caixin [China]
Hundreds of employees that could be laid off by Motorola China [Motorola Mobility (part of Google)] have protested in Beijing and Nanjing, calling for transparent procedures and fair treatment after the cell phone maker announced over 1,000 layoffs...
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