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Europeans have had their say on what companies are doing for society – and they’re not impressed
As world leaders craft the framework that will succeed the Millennium Development Goals, there is an opportunity to rise above local hurdles
With China’s overseas interests expanding rapidly, its corporations are receiving lessons in a concept still foreign to many: business responsibility
Governments are wrong to try to save us from ourselves, argues Peter Knight
What constitutes corporate responsibility round the world, why companies have duties and how to avoid greenwashing
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.
There are indications that the financial services industry is addressing the cultural change required to restore trust in the sector
Middle East migrant workers, EU bans testing on animals and Oxfam’s brand investigation
Indian drug patents, access to ITC and Nigerian women helped by Coca-Cola