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DAVOS, SWITZERLAND United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan today warned the world could slide into brute competition based on the laws of the jungle and that the War on Terrorism declared by the United States in the wake of the 2001 attacks in New...
Mandy Cormack of Unilever, Debra Dunn of Hewlett-Packard Co. and Maria Eitel of Nike, Inc. bolster BSRs expertise and reach
Half-a-Decade Partnership Continues with Multi-Million Dollar Commitment to Reduce Challenges Facing Small-Scale Coffee Producers While Conserving the Environment
NEW YORK - The CPR Institute for Dispute Resolution, a nonprofit alliance of 500 of the largest global corporations, law firms, scholars, and public institutions,announced today the completion of an aggressive diversity initiative among its proprietary Panel of Neutrals. CPR specifically set out...
Recognition Marks the First Time the Medal was Awarded to a Coffee Company and a U.S. Company
Ten Companies Already Committed to Disclose Worldwide Climate Emissions
The CPR Institute For Dispute Resolution, USA and The China Council for Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT) to create a U.S.-China Business Mediation Center. Signing of agreement to take place at CPR National Conference, Plaza Hotel, New York City, January 29, 2004
Kolkata, India - The field of Corporate Social and Environmental Responsibility is steadily growing in major developing countries such as India, Russia, South Africa, China and Brazil. New initiatives and networks have emerged and the field is abuzz with a variety of different...
Survey of CEOs and Leaders Finds the Majority Feel the Next Generation Will Live in a Riskier but More Economically Prosperous World
The World Economic Forum Global health Initiative (GHI) released a groundbreaking new report during its 2004 Annual Meeting in Davos. Covering 103 economies, the 2003-2004 GHI report Business and HIV/AIDS: Who Me? provides the first global survey of business leaders on their perceptions...