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16 March 2018

CEOs & corporations expected to increasingly quickly figure out where they stand on issues of the day

Author: Aaron K. Chatterji, New York Times (USA)

"Our Newest Culture Warriors: Activist C.E.O.s," 2 Mar 2018...

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13 March 2018
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Author: Gestión (Perú)

“En Estados Unidos, empresas abordan temas que gobierno evita”, 2 de marzo de 2018...

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27 February 2018
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27 February 2018

USA: FedEx rejects calls to stop offering discounts to NRA members

Author: Chris Baynes & Mythili Sampathkumar, The Independent (UK)

"FedEx claim ending NRA member discounts would be 'discrimination'", 27 February 2018...

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24 February 2018

USA: list of companies that have cut ties with NRA following mass shooting in Florida

Author: Jacey Fortin, New York Times (USA)

"A List of the Companies Cutting Ties With the N.R.A.", 24 February 2018...

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11 December 2017
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11 February 2016

USA: Govt. agency settles with Rental Pro for alleged age discrimination

Author: Rebecca Moore, PLANSPONSOR (USA)

“Company Seeking ‘Young Blood’ Charged with Age Bias”, 9 Feb 2016...

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17 November 2015

UK: Companies that recruited people with learning disabilities say it benefited their teams

Author: Adam Forrest, Guardian (UK)

"Companies fear employing people with learning disabilities, survey reveals", 10 Nov 2015...

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22 May 2014

Efficient Logistics denies tax evasion [Liberia]

Author: Alloycious David, The News (Liberia)

Efficient Logistics Services has denied that it is evading taxes...[T]he House of Representatives'...[had] alleged that the car rental company is bent on evading government taxes. However, the company has clarified that it is up to date on its taxes...

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29 June 2013

Facebook pulls ads from pages with violence and sexual content, sees little impact on business

Author: Associated Press

Facebook is pulling ads from pages that contain violence or sexual content. The social network said that on Monday, it will expand its definition of pages and groups that are too controversial to carry advertisements…In May, Facebook lost more than a...

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