Communications & Reporting

EU looks toward Obama to break global climate deadlock

EC Newsdesk, (Nov 25, 2008)

European negotiators believe a global climate deal to succeed the Kyoto Protocol can be achieved, with Barack Obama’s help

Is Russia becoming less corrupt for business?

Tobias Webb, (Nov 24, 2008)

A new report "Anti-corruption, Ethics and Compliance in Russia" from the Ethical Corporation Institute, this magazine's research arm, shows that some progress is being made in Russia when it comes to tackling dishonesty, bribery and graft.

Business school bulletin – November 2008

Oliver Balch, (Nov 15, 2008)

What governments think of corporate responsibility, why brands matter more in poorer countries and how mobile phones drive development

ArcelorMittal 2007 Corporate Responsibility Report – A solid first cast

Aleksandra Dobkowski-Joy, (Nov 13, 2008)

ArcelorMittal feels able to talk about health and safety challenges, but environmental concerns are conspicuous by their absence from its first corporate responsibility report

Change agents – Happiness is about making things better

EC Newsdesk, (Nov 12, 2008)

Champions of corporate responsibility feel happier about their professional lives and have four different character types, argues Wayne Visser

Coffee sourcing – Ethical espressos

John Russell, Managing Editor (former), (Nov 5, 2008)

The boss of Italian coffee legend Illy explains why the market for gourmet coffee will continue to grow, and why he has no time for ethical certification

Molson Coors – Ice cold with less froth

Tobias Webb, (Nov 5, 2008)

Peter Swinburn, boss of the world’s fifth biggest brewer, Molson Coors, says companies should not get carried away by their own good deeds

Financial crisis: Social investment – Crunch time for ethical investing

Jon Entine, (Oct 28, 2008)

Social investors will have to refocus on the nuts and bolts of companies in which they invest if they are to survive the current market turmoil

Institutional investors rally in UN Global Compact call

John Russell, Managing Editor (former), (Oct 28, 2008)

Investors signed up to the UN Principles for Responsible Investment are trying to show that they mean business

Wal-Mart sells some pre-Christmas corporate responsibility cheer

Tobias Webb, (Oct 23, 2008)

Turmoil in the markets, and company spending coming under increasing pressure has many people spooked about the size of 2009's business ethics budgets. But the world's largest retailer's recent announcement shows sustainability is still important, even in a downturn.

Why ethical leadership matters more than ever in a downturn

Tobias Webb, (Oct 17, 2008)

A recent interview with the boss of Molson Coors, the fifth largest beer brewer in the world, shows how, despite fears of economic pressure, corporate responsibility should stand the test of any recession

Ahold – Regal retailer picks up the pace

Tony Danby, (Oct 9, 2008)

Dutch retail giant Royal Ahold has been slow to act on social and environmental matters, but is starting to make progress in the ethical sourcing of tea, coffee and seafood

Anti-corruption – A fight worth winning

EC Newsdesk, (Oct 7, 2008)

Defeating overseas corruption depends on proving the business case against bribes

Development – Cadbury invests in flaking supply chain

John Russell, Managing Editor (former), (Oct 6, 2008)

Cadbury hopes investing in Ghana’s cocoa farms will stop young workers deserting for the city

Anti-corruption: Ethics and compliance – Take it from the top

EC Newsdesk, (Oct 6, 2008)

Codes of conduct are a starting point for honest companies, but it takes chief executive commitment to breathe life into a corporate ethics programme

Sierra Club’s Carl Pope – The thin green line

Lisa Roner, North America Editor, (Oct 6, 2008)

By endorsing consumer products, environmental campaigners could help shoppers make sense of brands’ green marketing claims. But such partnerships are inevitably controversial

Ethical brands – Turn on, tune in, sell out

Jon Entine, (Sep 29, 2008)

In the past decade, multinationals have gobbled up ethical brands – with huge benefits to both parties, argues Jon Entine

Anti-corruption: UK Serious Fraud Office – A regulator re-armed

John Russell, Managing Editor (former), (Sep 29, 2008)

The UK’s top bribery law enforcer Richard Alderman wants business to work with him, not against him

Business school bulletin – September 2008

Oliver Balch, (Sep 11, 2008)

The perverse power of corporate responsibility rhetoric, why ethical behaviour boosts your brand’s emotional appeal, and more work to do for Ruggie

BT versus Virgin Media – New boys catching up

Aleksandra Dobkowski-Joy, (Sep 11, 2008)

While reporting heavyweight BT is still top dog, young upstart Virgin Media has some tricks of its own

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