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Autor: Ronnie Morris, Business Report [South Africa]
Poor South Africans, thousands of them ill and dying, are unlikely to see a cent from the sale of the manufacturing division of Cape plc, the British multinational they hold responsible for their asbestos-related diseases.
- Também encontra-se em: Cape Plc fails to pay asbestos claimants [South Africa] Cape/Gencor lawsuits (re So. Africa)
- Empresas relacionadas: Cape PLC
Autor: David Howard Sinkman, Reuters
Rhode Island, which has one of the highest rates of child lead poisoning in the nation, is suing some of the biggest names in U.S. manufacturing, including DuPont Co., the nation's No. 1 chemical company, and Sherwin-Williams Co., the No. 1 paint maker...
Autor: South African Press Association
The bankers of Cape plc, the company that reached an out-of-court settlement with South African asbestosis victims last year, would be held personally responsible if it was proved they were responsible for reneging on the agreement, the victims' legal...
Autor: United Food and Commercial Workers International Union
Wal-Mart Corporate Union Buster Named for Violating Worker Rights - Giant Retailer Faces New Labor Board Complaints for Illegally Sabotaging Union Election - Wal-Mart Charged for Refusing to Bargain in Jacksonville, Texas
- Também encontra-se em: USA: Further complaints about Wal-Mart's labour rights practices
- Empresas relacionadas: Walmart
Federal regulators on Monday proposed fines totaling $55,500 against Verizon for numerous safety infractions that led to the electrocution of a telephone lineman in March.
- Empresas relacionadas: Verizon
Autor: Maria Engqvist, CounterPunch
The Coca-Cola killings in Colombia continue. Last week union activist Adolfo de Jesus Munera was murdered shortly after he received notice that a law suit filed by him against Coca-Cola was accepted by Colombia's Constitutional Court.
India is determined to press the United States for the extradition of former Union Carbide chairman Warren Anderson over a 1984 gas disaster that killed thousands, a foreign ministry official said on Thursday.