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Article
9 August 2002
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Auteur: Associated Press

Employers cannot reduce a disability award for job-related hearing loss because people of the worker's age generally suffer from age-related deafness, the Washington Supreme Court ruled yesterday. The case involved two Boeing workers who worked with...

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  • Entreprises concernées: Boeing
Article
8 August 2002
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Auteur: Thanassis Cambanis, Boston Globe

Five years of anger and frustration ended yesterday for a deaf airline mechanic when a federal judge ruled that United Airlines had papered over its discrimination with a flurry of sham reasons not to hire him.

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1 August 2002
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Auteur: ING Sustainable Growth Fund

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Article
8 July 2002
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Auteur: Andrew Clark, Guardian [UK]

BMI British Midland has been accused of squeezing out militant members of the cabin staff through a restructuring which will abolish a senior rank on each short-haul flight.

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1 July 2002
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Auteur: Katherine Ellison, on Business for Social Responsibility website

Global warming, until recently the lonely province of tree-huggers and wonks, is fast becoming a mainstream issue - and one, as some executives are learning, with profit potential...In the U.S., one can now book hotel rooms and flights and buy products...

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27 June 2002
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Auteur: Sujata Rao, Reuters

...A study by the eco-group Friends of the Earth found that one return London-Miami flight generates as much carbon dioxide as the average British motorist produces in a year...To slow the rise in air travel, environmentalists recommend a levy on jet...

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20 June 2002
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Auteur: Greg Winter, New York Times

The nation's biggest tobacco companies [Philip Morris, R. J. Reynolds, Lorillard and Brown & Williamson] suffered their first defeat in a secondhand smoke case this week, and they said yesterday that they would use the setback to challenge a...

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17 June 2002
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Auteur: Jane M. Von Bergen, Philadelphia Inquirer

It is the fastest-growing category of discrimination cases. Complaints tend to rise as layoffs increase. - On June 6, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's Philadelphia office filed a lawsuit against Honeywell, seeking class-action status.

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Article
29 May 2002
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Auteur: William Baue, SocialFunds.com

A simple list of corporate crimes, presented along with guilty pleas or fine payments, hints at the pervasiveness of poor corporate ethics...journalists Russell Mokhiber and Robert Weissman have compiled a list of The Top 100 Corporate Criminals of the...

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28 May 2002
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Auteur: Chris Stetkiewicz, Reuters

A Seattle judge granted class status to a group of Asian-American employees of Boeing Co. , clearing the way for a lawsuit seeking tens of millions over alleged discrimination, the plaintiffs' lawyer said on Tuesday...The 55 initial plaintiffs are...

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  • Entreprises concernées: Boeing