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Letters - The good company [Letters responding to Economist survey on Corporate Social Responsibility, 20 Jan 2005]
Author: [Includes letters by: Sir Geoffrey Chandler, Founder-Chair Amnesty International UK Business Group 1991-2001, Former Director, Shell International; Georg Kell, United Nations Global Compact; Sir Christopher Bland, BT Group; James Morris, UN World Food Programme; Jeremy Hobbs, Oxfam International; Patricia Peter, Institute of Directors]
[refers to TNT (part of TPG), Unilever, Danone, Citigroup, Boston Consulting Group]
Author: Jonathan Fowler, Associated Press
DHL [part of Deutsche Post] and TNT [part of TPG] are involved in a disaster relief coalition spearheaded by the World Economic Forum called the Disaster Resource Network...Besides helping UNHCR in Indonesia, the network has sent a team to manage aid...
Author: National Labor Committee
Freedom of association is violently repressed. When the Maersk [A.P. Moller - Maersk] drivers tried to organize in 2001, the company responded with a vicious union-busting campaign...firing and blacklisting at least 100 drivers. [also refers to Bridge...
Author: Associated Press
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. and Tyson Foods Inc. on Monday agreed to participate in an emissions reduction program through the Environmental Protection Agency...Companies participating in the 8-month-old federal program update technology, alter trucks to...
Author: William Baue, SocialFunds
These are just some of the experiences of the past several weeks for Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility (ICCR) Program Director for Public Health Dan Rosan. He is on a fact-finding mission on the impact of HIV/AIDS on the private sector in...
Author: Human Rights Watch
Keep America Beautiful, Inc. has selected Waste Management, Inc. to receive its annual Vision for America Award. The winning company is a major U.S. provider of comprehensive waste and environmental services. [refers to Recycle America Alliance (part...
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Author: Associated Press
Union Pacific, the nation's biggest railroad, was cited by The Times as an example of how railroads repeatedly denied their own responsibility at fatal grade-crossing crashes.
- Related companies: Union Pacific
Author: Japan for Sustainability
Oki Electric Industrial Co. of Japan and the companies in its group are promoting a modal shift from truck transportation to rail transportation to reduce environmental impacts from their distribution operations.
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