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9 October 2002
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Autor: Jill Treanor, Guardian [UK]

Michael Dobson, chief executive of fund management group Schroders, has been accused of firing the head of the firm's US operation because she was too old for the job at 55.

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9 October 2002
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9 October 2002
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Autor: Reuters

The U.S. Supreme Court let stand this week the conviction of an Idaho fertilizer company's owner and his 17-year prison sentence, the longest ever for an environmental crime, for improper disposal of hazardous cyanide waste that left an employee with...

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Artigo
8 October 2002
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Autor: Nichola Groom, Reuters

Walker is one of a growing number of consumers who blame U.S. wood products makers for injuries they received from wood treated with a compound containing arsenic, a known carcinogen...companies that have made or sold wood treated with the arsenic...

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8 October 2002
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Autor: SAPA

Two East Rand Proprietary Mines (ERPM) security guards are expected to appear in court on Tuesday on murder and attempted murder charges.

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8 October 2002
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Autor: Business Day [South Africa]

Lawyers for the 7500 SA victims suffering from asbestos-related diseases will ask the British High Court next week to make Gencor a co-defendant in proceedings against UK-based company Cape plc.

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7 October 2002
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Autor: Reuters

The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission said last week it reached a settlement agreement with Exelon Nuclear Generation Co. in a discrimination case involving a former employee who raised concerns about safety at a nuclear power plant in Illinois. An...

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  • Empresas relacionadas: Exelon
Artigo
7 October 2002
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Autor: Associated Press

The Supreme Court has refused again to get involved in a dispute over a giant asbestos trial in West Virginia that big corporations claimed could cost them millions. The court in September refused to stop the trial from starting and then said today it...

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7 October 2002
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Autor: Grace Leong, Las Vegas Sun

Wal-Mart Stores Inc., arguing it obeys federal labor laws, said its lawyers are considering whether to appeal a ruling by a federal officer that found the giant retailer violated labor laws in its fight against a national union organizing drive...

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6 October 2002
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Autor: Susan Carney, Detroit News

[refers to General Motors, DaimlerChrysler, Ford, Mitsubishi]

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