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13 March 2009
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20 February 2009
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3 October 2006
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Auteur: Laura Wides-Munoz, Associated Press

In separate lawsuits filed last week in federal court, the EEOC [U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission] claimed that...BJ's and...Atlanta Bread International Inc. allowed racial discrimination of black and Hispanic employees. The [EEOC's]...

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21 February 2006
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Auteur: Juan Cedillo, El Financiero [México], con información de EFE

El empresario mexicano Carlos Slim, el hombre más rico de Latinoamérica, aseguró...que la mejor fórmula para distribuir la riqueza es la inversión, que genera empleo y crecimiento...[El] Acuerdo de Chapultepec...es una iniciativa impulsada por diversos...

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19 February 2006
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19 February 2006
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Auteur: Fred Rosen, El Universal (Mexico)

Carlos Slim, the Mexican entrepreneur with a net worth of some US$23.8 billion dollars, has taken it upon himself to put a fire under Mexico’s lukewarm economy by making it more egalitarian. Slim...is the owner of...Telmex, ...América Movil (called...

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1 October 2005
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Auteur: UN Global Compact

The policy on Communication on Progress (COP), introduced in 2003, was designed to increase transparency around Global Compact companies and their actions in support of the ten principles. Companies are asked to communicate publicly on their progress...

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18 January 2005
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Auteur: Inter Press Service

After taking 13 years to make its way through Congress, a law against sexual harassment in the workplace has been unanimously approved by the Senate in Chile, where an estimated 20 percent of working women are subjected to this form of abuse.

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31 July 2003
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Auteur: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

The settlement requires Earthgrains [now owned by Sara Lee Corp.] to pay a $5.25 million civil penalty for having committed the largest ever corporate-wide violations of stratospheric ozone protection regulations.

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13 March 2003
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Auteur: Paul Bass, New Haven Advocate

...the workers [at Chef Solutions factory that makes & freezes dough for bread baked at Subway & Shaw's] have taken their complaint national, distributing leaflets at the ticket counters of Lufthansa airlines, the factory's parent company ...

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