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Moody & Warner, P.C. Announces Court Approval Of $32 Million Settlement In National Gender Discrimination Suit Against Wachovia Securities, Now Known As Wells Fargo Advisors [USA]
Author: Moody & Warner
[T]he U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia approved a $32 million settlement of a national gender discrimination case against...Wells Fargo Advisors. Women financial advisors...brought the case...on behalf of a national class of women...
Author: Susan Aaronson, Professor & Ian Higham, Research Assistant - Elliott School of Intl. Affairs, George Washington Univ in Policy Innovations
...Building on years of research and multi-stakeholder dialogue, [UN Special Representative on business & human rights John] Ruggie outlined a framework and Guiding Principles to help firms “operationalize” their human rights responsibilities.....
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- Related in-depth areas: UN Secretary-General's Special Representative on business & human rights
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Author: Michael Smith, Bloomberg
Wachovia, it turns out, had made a habit of helping move money for Mexican drug smugglers. Wells Fargo & Co., which bought Wachovia in 2008, has admitted in court that its unit failed to monitor and report suspected money laundering by narcotics...
Author: Charles Glover, Financial Times
...[O]f the former gulag enterprises, Norilsk [Nickel] is one of the few that acknowledges its past, partly because its infamy as a prison camp is so well known...While both...Yuzhny Kuzbass [part of Mechel]...and Evraz...steel groups have departments...
Author: Esther Vandenbroucke, IKV Pax Christi & Roos Boer, Netwerk Vlaanderen
This publication...presents...financial institutions’ investment in companies that develop or produce cluster munitions, on financial institutions disinvesting from producers of cluster munitions and on legislative measures to prohibit investment in...
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10 Innovative U.S. Finance Institutions Picked to Compete for $8.25 Million Wachovia NEXT Awards for Opportunity Finance [USA]
Author: Wachovia NEXT Awards - Wachovia Foundation & Opportunity Finance Network
...10 U.S. community development financial institutions (CDFIs) are semifinalists for $8.25 million [in award] to scale up their success. CDFIs are special purpose financial institutions skilled at creating opportunities and economic growth in hard-to...
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Author: DiversityInc [USA]
DiversityInc announced its 2008 Top 50 Companies for Diversity today. For the second time in three years, Verizon is No. 1 on the list... Companies ranked in the listing demonstrate consistent strength in four areas: CEO Commitment, Human Capital,...
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HSBC, Other European Banks Receive Top Scores in First-Ever Ranking of 40 Leading Banks on Climate Change Strategies;Citigroup and Bank of America post Highest Scores Among 16 U.S. Banks
While encouraging progress is being made, the banking sector still has a long way to go in confronting the business challenges posed by global climate change, according to a first-ever report issued today by the Ceres investor coalition that analyzes...
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Author: DiversityInc [USA]
[Companies in top 50 are, in order: Bank of America; Pepsi Bottling Group; AT&T; Coca-Cola; Ford; Verizon; Xerox; Consolidated Edison Co. of New York; JPMorgan Chase; PepsiCo; Wachovia; PricewaterhouseCoopers; Sodexho; Procter & Gamble; Blue...
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Author: Craig and Marc Kielburger, founders of Free the Children (in the Toronto Star)
...Since its founding in 1976, the Body Shop has made corporate citizenship a pillar of its business model...And it's paid off. Last year the cosmetics giant L'Oreal bought the Body Shop for a staggering $1.32 billion...Corporate social responsibility...