Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E)
Author: Douglas G. Cogan, Investor Responsibility Resource Center, for Ceres
This report is the first comprehensive measurement of how 100 leading global companies are preparing and positioning themselves to face these challenges [from climate change]. It pays particular attention to the job that corporate executives and board...
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[PDF] full report: "The State of the Workplace for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Americans 2005-2006"
Author: Human Rights Campaign
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[PDF] Black Enterprise Announces the 40 Best Companies for Diversity - Second Annual Diversity Report Reveals the Top Performers in Minority Supplier, Workforce Management, and Board Representation
Author: Black Enterprise
Among the top 40, Denny's Corp. was cited for making significant progress in all four key areas. Diversity leaders such as Eastman Kodak Co., PepsiCo, and Bank of America have excelled at seeking out and doing business with black suppliers. FedEx...
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As Emission Restrictions Loom, Texas Utility Bets Big on Coal - Planned TXU Plants Raise Global-Warming Concerns; Rivals Try New Technology
Author: Rebecca Smith, Wall Street Journal
Top executives at many utility companies have reluctantly accepted that coal-fired power plants contribute to global warming, and they have begun planning for a more restrictive future. Then there is C. John Wilder, chief executive of TXU Corp...[which...
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[PDF] full report: "Corporate Equality Index 2006: A Report Card on Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Equality in Corporate America"
Author: Human Rights Campaign [USA]
[Companies with perfect score: Adobe Systems, Aetna, Agere Systems, Agilent Technologies, Allianz, Alston & Bird, American Express, AMR (American Airlines), Anheuser-Busch, Apple, Arnold & Porter, AT&T, Avaya, Bain & Company, Bank of...
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Author: Marc Lifsher, Los Angeles Times
...Pacific Gas & Electric Co. "regrets the spiritual consequences to the tribe" when it built a $15 million water treatment plant in the Mojave Desert...on a bluff above the Colorado River, [where] an ancient pattern of lines inscribed on the...
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