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9 April 2018

USA: Construction co. KS Industries to face employees' lawsuit alleging racial discrimination; co. denies allegations

Author: Jessica Holdman, The Bismarck Tribune (USA)

"North Dakota workplace discrimination trial set for 2019", 9 Apr 2018...

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18 February 2018

Imperial Pacific issues statement on Bloomberg article

Author: Imperial Pacific (on Marianas Variety)

Imperial Pacific International (CNMI), LLC repudiates all allegations of wrongdoing published by Bloomberg in its Feb. 15, 2018 article....

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14 December 2017
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Author: El Espectador (Colombia)

“100 compañías emiten 71% de los gases responsables del cambio climático”, 15 de diciembre de 2017...

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Article
20 July 2017

Groups Misled Trump on Economic Case Against Paris Agreement

Author: Han Chen, NRDC

The Industrial Energy Consumers of America sent a letter to Trump on May 15, expressing their support for withdrawal from Paris. In their letter, they claimed to represent large member companies with over $1 trillion in annual sales.... [yet] many of...

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Article
15 November 2016

Hausfeld Files Suit on behalf of St. Louis Property Owners with Radioactive Contamination

Author: Hausfeld (USA)

Hausfeld, a global claimants’ law firm, announced today that it has filed a lawsuit in St. Louis County, Missouri seeking to recover damages on behalf of local residents for radioactive contamination of their property...It is alleged that the wastes...

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14 June 2016

$4.8 Trillion Investor Coalition Announces Support for World’s First Business & Human Rights Benchmark

Tuesday 14 June (London) – A coalition of over 80 investors, with $4.8 trillion in assets under management, has pledged support for the creation of the world’s first wide-scale benchmark on companies’ human rights policies, processes and practices,...

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Article
21 December 2012

Even after workplace deaths, companies avoid OSHA [US Occupational Safety & Health Administration] penalties

Author: Chris Hamby, Center for Public Integrity [USA]

...[At the] Crucible Specialty Metals [now Crucible Industries (part of J.P. Industries LLC)] steel mill...[d]anger was everywhere, federal records show...Jack Grobsmith...worked at Crucible for more than 35 years and...preach[ed] about safety [before...

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9 November 2010

Aegis LLC is original signatory of the first ever global Code of Conduct for the private security sector

Author: Aegis Defense Services

[On] 9 November [2010]...the President & CEO of Aegis [Defense]...signed the first ever International Code of Conduct for Private Security Service Providers. “This Code of Conduct is an important milestone for accountability and transparency for...

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1 April 2009

Court rules for employers in arbitration case [USA]

Author: Associated Press

The Supreme Court has ruled for employers who want to force unionized workers to pursue their age discrimination claims through arbitration instead of a federal lawsuit... [The] court said an arbitration agreement negotiated between an employer and a...

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9 July 2008

Columbus drops lead paint lawsuit [USA]

Author: Associated Press

The city [of Columbus, Ohio] has dropped a lawsuit against Sherwin-Williams Co. and other companies that once made lead paint... Rhode Island was the first state to successfully sue former makers of lead pigment and paint, which can cause learning...

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