July 04, 2020

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Exxon, PG&E Fined for Not Reporting Greenhouse Gas Emissions

ExxonMobil and Pacific Gas & Electric are among the nine companies fined for violating California's Mandatory Reporting Rule. EL.

How to deal with corruption in India (and any other emerging market)

Ravi Venkatesan, former chairman of Microsoft India, explains in a new book that corruption is a risk that can be managed. Quartz.

Ralph Lauren Promises to Review ESG Issues after NY Comptroller Request

A shareholder resolution asking Ralph Lauren to report on ESG issues has been withdrawn after the retailer promised to report. Washington Post.

When CEOs pursue lower taxes - surprise! - the public gets mad

When Google's Eric Schmidt showed up last week to discuss tax reform, he had to leave through the back door. The Daily Beast.

Preventing Conflict Diamonds and Dirty Gold Has Failed

Trade unions and environmental groups team up to expose deep flaws in jewellery certification system in a new report.

Why Savar Solutions and Fast Fashion may not be Compatible

Heather White, Harvard Network Fellow, dives into the pressures that are imposed on factory owners in Bangladesh and what can be done.

Will Walmart Follow Nike's Path in the Wake of Bangledesh Factory Fire?

Raz Godelnik compares Walmart's connection to the tragedies in garment factories in Bangladesh to Nike's sweatshop debacle 20 years ago. Image:3p.

Mixing Business and Politics: Courage is the Key

Some socially minded businesses may shy away from getting involved in controversial issues, but CREDO Mobile's CEO advises otherwise.

44% of BP's Wikipedia article allegedly written by company employee

Allegations that Arturo Silva, a BP Corporate Communications employee, wrote parts of the oil giant's official Wikipedia entry, have raised ethical questions.

GE, Starbucks Make 'Most Ethical' List; Patagonia, Best Buy Drop Off

The annual Ethisphere list highlights companies that outperform industry peers in ethical behavior. On EL.




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