March 23, 2017

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Global Peace Index: how does each country compare?

Can you measure peace? The Global Peace Index, published by the Institute for Economics & Peace, is a bold attempt to do so.

JP Morgan Chase overcharged troops on mortgages

The nation's second largest bank - JP Morgan Chase - admits it has overcharged several thousand military families for their mortgages.

Businesses take the lead on low carbon

Last week saw two examples of businesses pushing the government to make the necessary legislative changes for a low carbon economy.

Protesters: Why Lock the World into a Coal-Powered Future?

Dozens of activists joined forces today to protest proposed Export-Import Bank's financing of the enormously destructive Kusile coal-fired power plant in South Africa.

Environment agency 'cutting jobs'

Thousands of jobs are to be cut from the Environment Agency in the next few years, a leading union has claimed.

Soul-searching at Goldman Sachs

Goldman's business-standards review is not all guff.

CSRwire CEO Joe Sibilia on FOX Stossel Show

CSRwire CEO Joe Sibilia on FOX! Joe's segment starts 3:29 in Stossel Show - Who Gives More To Charity? (Part 3/3)

DC Power: Not Just for the Energizer Bunny Anymore

During the late 1800s Thomas Edison and George Westinghouse were engaged in an intense industrial rivalry...

The $300 House: A Hands-On Lab for Reverse Innovation?

The latest Harvard Business Review contains ideas from Eric Schmidt, Laura Tyson, Klaus Schwab, but most interesting was Vijay Govindarajan's idea for a...

Thames Water Consults Local Communities on "Super Sewer"

Thames Water's 24-mile long, 3.6bn pounds "super sewer" has met with much opposition following a series of consultations with local communities.




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