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Gift is Largest Corporate Contribution in NJPAC History
Pop Sustainability, Fine Arts International Management (FAIM) Organize a Hip Party to Attract Young Professionals and Sell Art Benefiting The US Partnership for the UN Decade of Education for Sustainable Development
Non-Profit Campaigns for National Junk Mail Opt Out Registry Modeled After Year-Old Telemarketer Registry
International Buyers Pay Total of $291,000 for Country's Finest Green Beans
Today sees the launch of the first global index, The Accountability Rating®, which evaluates how well the world's 1001 largest companies account for their impacts on society and the environment. This topical index is released at a decisive time, as trust in big...
Partnership Focuses on Protecting Workers, Families and Communities In Malaria Endemic Countries by Discovering, Developing And Delivering New, Effective and Affordable Medicines
Accomplishment attributed to company's award-winning material classification system, Greenlist™
New York, NY--Columbia Business School's Research Initiative on Social Entrepreneurship (RISE) Program, Investors' Circle, and the Social Venture Network have partnered to conduct the first national survey of for-profit social ventures, which are defined as businesses that seek to create positive social and...
London, UK - Marketplace is the theme of the Business in the Community Annual Conference 2004. For the first time, business, key opinion formers and media will focus on the market drivers shaping the ways business operates. Debate will cover sourcing and manufacturing,...
Produce tested and certified at the farm helps consumers reduce pesticide residues in their diets say experts.