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29 July 2013
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Author: Associated Press

Le géant pharmaceutique américain Pfizer offrira à faible coût des centaines de millions de doses d'un vaccin contre la pneumonie et la méningite aux enfants de pays pauvres. C'est la troisième fois que Pfizer accepte de participer à un programme qui...

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13 July 2013

Insight: Apple controversy lays bare complex Irish tax web

Author: Padraic Halpin, Carmel Crimmins & Himanshu Ojha, Reuters

A Reuters analysis of Irish and U.S. filings shows that more than 40 percent of the S&P 500 have registered subsidiaries in [Ireland]…Ireland, which has courted U.S. business for decades, rejects the Senate's claims that it is a tax haven, but the...

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25 June 2013
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Author: ComunicaRSE

El Jefe de Gobierno del Distrito Federal, Miguel Ángel Mancera, entregó reconocimientos a empresas saludablemente responsables asentadas en la Ciudad de México…por cumplir con una serie de indicadores que generan bienestar al interior de sus lugares de...

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16 December 2012

Walk Free Calls on Big Business to End Slavery Worldwide

Author: Walk Free

Walk Free: The Movement to End Modern Slavery launched its global campaign, Putting Slavery out of Business, from Myanmar today…Walk Free is asking the world's major companies to make a Zero Tolerance for Slavery Pledge by 31 March 2013. The campaign...

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28 November 2012

Big Pharma ups its game in providing drugs to people in poor countries

Author: Sarah Boseley, Guardian [UK]

Pharmaceutical companies are doing more to help people in developing countries obtain the drugs they need, according to the latest Access to Medicines Index... GlaxoSmithKline...continues to top the league table...Johnson & Johnson and...Sanofi are...

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15 November 2012

BP gets record US criminal fine over Deepwater disaster

Author: BBC

BP has received the biggest criminal penalty in US history after agreeing to pay $4.5bn (£2.8bn) to settle criminal charges related to the 2010 Deepwater Horizon disaster…The settlement with the Department of Justice involves BP pleading guilty to...

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1 September 2012

[PDF] Shared Value in Emerging Markets: How Multinational Corporations Are Redefining Business Strategies to Reach Poor or Vulnerable Populations

Author: Greg Hills, Patty Russell, Veronica Borgonovi, Alex Doty and Lakshmi Iyer, FSG

The challenges facing poor or vulnerable populations require innovative, sustainable, and large-scale solutions...Large companies are uniquely positioned to leverage their size and business models to address social problems sustainably and at scale....

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13 July 2012

Pfizer presents N19.6m to Kano drug test victim [Nigeria]

Author: Adeola Ajakaiye, BusinessDay [Nigeria]

The Healthcare Meningitis Trust Fund, a corporate entity floated jointly by Pfizer Incorporated, and Kano State government, has presented a monetary compensation of N19.6 million to one of the victims of the Trovan drug in Kano. The beneficiary,...

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4 June 2012

Children's Rights and the Pharmaceutical Industry

Author: Child Rights Information Network (Editorial)

Unquestionably, medicine plays a huge role in securing children's rights...But what happens when the very same companies that provide life-saving drugs violate some children's rights to improve health care for others, or simply to increase the bottom...

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23 April 2012

Pharmaceuticals: Philanthropy and business join forces

Author: Andrew Jack, Financial Times

Many chief executives might have chosen to relax for the holiday weekend at the start of April this year, but Chris Viehbacher instead took a gruelling four-day trip into remote Chad to review his company’s work tackling sleeping sickness. The head of...

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