Member of UN Global Compact
Headquarters in Netherlands
Author: Friends of the Earth
[refers to Cadbury Schweppes, Raja Garuda Mas, Sinar Mas, Unilever, Walkers (part of PepsiCo), Jacob's Bakery, Cargill, Sainsbury's, Tesco, Archer Daniels Midland, Pura Foods, Kellog's]
- Related stories: Friends of the Earth calls on Cadbury Schweppes to require higher environmental, social standards from palm oil suppliers
- Related companies: Archer Daniels Midland Cadbury Schweppes (now Cadbury) Cargill Heinz Jacob's Bakery PepsiCo Pura Foods Raja Garuda Mas Sainsbury Sinar Mas Group Tesco Unilever Walkers (part of PepsiCo)
Author: Commission on the Private Sector & Development, Report to the Secretary General of the United Nations
[refers to Cemex, Casas Bahia, Infosys, ICICI, Hindustan Lever, Daewoo, Grameenphone, Vodacom]
Author: Gregg Moss, 9NEWS
Jeffrey Hollender [CEO of Seventh Generation] is co-author of "What Matters Most," a book that encourages more social responsibility on the part of business leaders...Hollender says consumers, shareholders and the general public are demanding better...
The National Grid has topped a new league table of companies that show greater awareness of social issues. Oil company BP came second, with consumer goods manufacturer Unilever, Veolia Water [part of Veolia Environnement] and insurer Aviva next.
Author: Alejandro Rebossio, La Nación
En el grupo promotor del pacto figuran Acindar, Banco Galicia, BBVA Banco Francés, Gas Natural BAN, Arcor, Ledesma, Novartis, Repsol YPF y Unilever, así como cámaras sectoriales, fundaciones e instituciones educativas. Entre los firmantes que se...
[India]: Residents of Kodaikanal town are agitated over the rough deal meted out by multinational Unilever's subsidiary [Hindustan Lever] after it shut down a clinical thermometer unit nearly three years ago following protests over mercury...
- Related stories: Compensation sought for mercury contamination [India]
- Related companies: Hindustan Unilever Unilever
Author: Anannya Bhattacharjee, Labor Notes
As a result, tea garden workers are more organized and have the right to collective bargaining. The industry has been dominated by a few monopolizing multinational companies - such as Unilever (Brooke Bond/Lipton), Cadbury Schweppes, Tatas and...