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Author: Caroline Waterston, Sunday Mail [UK]
Cadbury, Nestle, Kellogg and United Biscuits will slash or eliminate levels of hydrogenated vegetable fat, which can be a health risk...The manufacturers' decision comes as obese consumers try to sue food companies.
Author: Amnesty International
includes concerns addressed to companies [refers to Shell, Iraqi National Oil Co., Bechtel, BearingPoint [formerly KPMG Consulting], Booz Allen Hamilton, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu, PriceWaterhouseCoopers, IBM, Kellogg Brown & Root, Halliburton,...
- Related stories: Iraq: New Amnesty Intl. report on reconstruction process addresses concerns to occupying powers & private companies
- Related companies: BearingPoint Bechtel Booz Allen Hamilton Cargill Creative Associates Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu DynCorp Fluor Halliburton IBM KBR Parsons PricewaterhouseCoopers Shell
The Corporate Invasion of Iraq: Profile of U.S. Corporations Awarded Contracts in U.S./British-Occupied Iraq
Author: U.S. Labor Against the War (USLAW)
The labour, human rights, environmental and social responsibility records of 18 U.S. companies with contracts in Iraq [Halliburton; Kellogg, Brown & Root; Bechtel; MCI WorldCom; Stevedoring Services of America; Abt Associates; Black & Veatch;...
- Related stories: DynCorp lawsuits (re Colombia & Ecuador)
- Related companies: Bechtel Black and Veatch Computer Sciences (CSC) Creative Associates DynCorp Fluor Halliburton MCI (part of Verizon) Menlo Logistics Parsons Research Triangle Institute (RTI) Tutor Perini Washington Group WorldCom (now MCI)
Author: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre
In August 2008, family members of 12 men killed in Iraq and a surviving worker filed a lawsuit in US federal court against Kellogg Brown & Root (KBR), a US military contractor in Iraq, and its Jordanian sub-contractor, Daoud & Partners. The...
Author: Laura Peterson, Center for Public Integrity
...ICI is one of several companies contracted by the State Department to go into danger zones that are too risky or unsavory to commit conventional U.S. forces. It also has been active in conflicts in Haiti and Liberia [in addition to Sierra Leone]...a...