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Brazil’s energy giant Petrobras has become a symbol of Brazil’s recent problems, with dubious acquisitions and poor management.
Kuwait Petroleum International (Q8), a subsidiary of a state-owned Kuwaiti company, has issued its first sustainability report.
Last week Deutsche Börse Group became the 100th organization, and first stock exchange, to participate in the IIRC's integrated reporting pilot program.
Once upon a time before Amazon.com, America shopped at Sears, but Eddie Lampert has turned it into probably the worst company in America.
Last week Raytheon issued its annual corporate social responsiblity (CSR) report, with a focus on the environment, social issues and corporate governance.
Boston College’s Center for Corporate Citizenship released its annual report on the state of corporate citizenship. The business case for CSR is clear.
Cisco has long been a corporate social responsibility (CSR) trailblazer, and this year the Cisco 2012 CSR report is no exception.
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings is in hot water with the SEC over his announcement earlier this summer that Netflix averaged one billion hours of viewing monthly.
Greenpeace has recently amped up its campaign urging the British grocery retailer Waitrose to sever its ties with Shell. But is Greenpeace misfiring?
Ben & Jerry’s is the latest B Corp company because of its work on community, environmental, governance and employee engagement issues.
Now GE is even more forthcoming with its corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives and strategy with the launch of its GE Citizenship size.
Merck released its 2011 CSR report, in which the company discusses successes and challenges on the health, economic and environmental fronts.