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Survey of CEOs and Leaders Finds the Majority Feel the Next Generation Will Live in a Riskier but More Economically Prosperous World
Half-a-Decade Partnership Continues with Multi-Million Dollar Commitment to Reduce Challenges Facing Small-Scale Coffee Producers While Conserving the Environment
Christian Aid calls for laws to make multinational companies meet basic social and environmental standards in poor countries.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - The pace of adoption of most takeover defenses slowed in the last two years, says the Investor Responsibility Research Center in its recently released 2004 edition of Corporate Take-over Defenses (CTD). This may reflect heightened sensitivity in the aftermath of...
RALEIGH - In a continuing commitment to good corporate citizenship, Progress Energy today reported that the company's foundation investments totaled nearly $9 million in 2003. Funds were distributed to nonprofit organizations throughout the Florida and Carolinas service areas. "Progress Energy is not just...
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Statement by Alliance to Save Energy President Kateri Callahan: "The President failed to put America's energy security front and center in his State of the Union address, even as American consumers and businesses face high energy prices, tight supplies, and...
Company Plans to Attain ISO 14001 Certification for all Locations in 2004
Company Establishes New Micro Enterprise Program in China and Launches Phase Two of Nike Village in Thailand
Employee contributions ensure 2003 campaign the most successful yet
New Study Finds Billions of People's Lives Could Be Drastically Improved if Basic Vitamins and Minerals Were Added to Foodstuffs