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Brazil’s energy giant Petrobras has become a symbol of Brazil’s recent problems, with dubious acquisitions and poor management.
Amid the cut and thrust of the sporting competition in Sochi, Kazakhstan's Olympic officials have been busy schmoozing to build support for Almaty’s bid to host the 2022 Winter Olympic Games.
Turning an area of Belgrade into a Dubai of the Balkans. The Serbian government project for the right bank of the Sava, issued during the election campaign, appears unsustainable to critics
While the athletic feats will surely be impressive and the two weeks will have their share of melodrama, I am giving Sochi 2014 a miss.
The Armenian government wants to increase salaries of senior leaders and MPs by over 200-percent, while eliminating unemployment benefits. Officials contend that such measures are needed to combat corruption and improve the state’s financial picture.
PepsiCo announced late last week it will remove the “all natural” label from its Naked Juice product line for the foreseeable future.
In my latest article on Sustainable Brands, I share the steps Adidas Group has taken to improve working conditions throughout its supply chain
Can businesses ever recover trust in their brands? The days when companies could control their products' and brands' messaging are long gone.
The annual “Plan A” update from Marks & Spencer outlines what the company has done to mitigate its impact on society and on the environment.
Last week Raytheon issued its annual corporate social responsiblity (CSR) report, with a focus on the environment, social issues and corporate governance.
This week HP released its 2012 sustainability report, which covers the company's work on carbon reporting, social enterprise and supply chain transparency.
Bosnia Herzegovina is one of the European countries with the richest water resources. Projects to build a series of hydroelectric power stations in Republika Srpska, however, are endangering a delicate environmental balance.