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Leading Socially Responsible and Religious Investing Groups to Organize Thousands to Oppose Sec Attack on Shareholder Rights

Posted: Aug 29, 2007 – 02:51 PM EST

Social Investment Forum, Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility Unveil First Major Push to Stop SEC Proposals to Stifle Voices, Role of Shareholders.

Mid East: One Million Palestinians and Israelis Call for Immediate, Uninterrupted Negotiations for Two-State Solution

Posted: Aug 02, 2007 – 01:00 AM EST

Dennis Ross, Saeb Erekat, Muhammad Ali, Dov Lautman, Klaus Schwab Among Global Leaders Supporting Grassroots OneVoice Movement Landmark Public Summits in Jericho + Tel Aviv 10.18.07 Message to Abbas and Olmert: Moderate Majority Silent No Longer WWW.ONEMILLIONVOICES.ORG JERICHO, TEL AVIV - August 2,...

Surveys Say: CEO's Feel the Pain of Not Measuring Up; Consumers are Dissatisfied with Corporate Performance; High Schools are Delivering the Unacceptable

Posted: Jul 26, 2007 – 08:10 AM EST

StrengthBank Inc. comes to the fore as the sole provider of the essential process to connect the dots to better performance measures and deliverables.

Dal LaMagna Launches Ad Campaign to End the Violence in Iraq

Posted: Jul 24, 2007 – 04:30 PM EST

July 24, 2007- Dal officially entered the 2008 Presidential race and simultaneously launched his ad campaign in Concord, NH on Wednesday, July 18. Journalists, photographers, supporters, and the curious all turned out, with the announcement being aired on WMUR in New Hampshire that...

Wendy's Customers Celebrate Father's Day with a Frosty; Raise More Than $1 Million for the Cause of Adoption

Posted: Jun 20, 2007 – 12:00 PM EST

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The Institute for Public Accuracy, the Media Education Foundation, the Institute for Policy Studies and the Fund for Constitutional Government invite you to the Washington premiere of the new film, 'War Made Easy'

Posted: Jun 14, 2007 – 12:15 PM EST

WAR MADE EASY Featuring Norman Solomon | Narrated by Sean Penn A Media Education Foundation production based on Norman Solomon's book War Made Easy: How Presidents & Pundits Keep Spinning Us to Death Wednesday, June 20 @ 6 PM True Reformer Building Public...

Dole Food Company Honored by the Global Business Coalition on HIV/AIDS

Posted: Jun 14, 2007 – 09:06 AM EST

Company's Efforts To Fight Tuberculosis (TB) Recognized

The DOW Chemical Company and Micronutrient Initiative Work to Stop Anemia in Sri Lanka

Posted: Jun 12, 2007 – 11:00 PM EST

MIDLAND, MICH – June 12, 2007 – The Dow Chemical Company and the Micronutrient Initiative (MI) announced today that Dow will support MI's work to help eradicate iron deficiency, the leading cause of anemia, in Sri Lanka. Avoidable maternal deaths, poor learning among...

A New Format: Business & Human Resource Centre Launches Re-Designed Website

Posted: Jun 12, 2007 – 02:22 PM EST

June 12, 2007: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre has launched its re-designed website, making it easier for users to get straight to the information they need on companies’ human rights impacts worldwide: www.business-humanrights.org The new design makes it easier to: Search for...

Pentagon Rules Will Leave Military Families Unprotected, Says Consumer Groups

Posted: Jun 12, 2007 – 08:34 AM EST

WASHINGTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--June 12, 2007--Consumer advocates strongly urged the Department of Defense Monday to make significant changes to proposed federal regulations to ensure that predatory lenders can no longer strip earnings from U.S. soldiers and their families. As written, the regulations will leave loopholes...

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