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Jane Griffiths, group chairman responsible for Europe, the Middle East and Africa at pharmaceuticals group Janssen, speaks to Ethical Corporation’s Rob Bailes
A group that set out to fight modern slavery has found it has much to offer in a far wider field, all because of how it looks at challenges and assets
Product innovation has something of a mystical quality to it. It requires inspiration, but there are steps companies can take to get the creative cogs turning
The appearance of familiar names at the top of the latest sustainability ranking is more a reflection of successful marketing than proven performance, argues Peter Knight
Africa is a continent of the young, presenting great opportunity for sustainable development, says a new UN report
Executive Editor of the Economist, Daniel Franklin, speaks with Toby Webb about business events 2012 and the ethical risks and opportunities ahead in 2013.
Annette Stube, director of group sustainability at Maersk, the Danish transport and energy conglomerate, talks to Ethical Corporation’s Jeni Bauser Yaghoubi about Maersk’s business and human rights action plan, and how the company is slowly developing operations in Burma.
Charlotte Oades, the Coca-Cola Company’s global director, women’s economic empowerment, talks to Ethical Corporation’s Jeni Bauser Yaghoubi about Coke’s 5by20 initiative, which seeks to empower five million women entrepreneurs by 2020.
The June issue of the Ethical Corporation magazine has been published and subscribers can access the eMagazine below
A company whose customers don’t care about sustainability might think there’s nothing to be gained from the responsibility cause. But the company’s...
It’s easy to think the reputational buck stops with the chief executive. But even the CEO is accountable – to the board, which needs to keep a close...