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Newmont pays $2.4m royalty to government

Newmont Mining Corporation’s Ahafo Mine has paid 2.4 million dollars to the government as mining royalty for the first quarter of 2007, the company has revealed. The company has projected it will produce at least 430,000 ounces in 2007. The…

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Renault Launches its Renault eco2 Line Of Vehicles

With the framework of Renault Commitment 2009, the company has publicly stated its ambitious environmental objectives. They form part of Renault's drive over the last ten years to curb the environmental effects of its activities at every stage in the…

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Women CEOs: A Profile, An Achievement

Ursula Burns is the new president and expected future CEO of Xerox Corp., a recent appointment that puts Xerox in line to become the first Fortune 500 company to be headed by a black woman. Bloomberg reporter Gillian Wee profiled…

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Steve Jobs Wants Apple to be Green

Greenpeace, an environmental group, has been eyeing Apple for a long time claiming the company is rolling out products that are not eco-friendly. A stance that has to be taken very seriously today in the wake of serious global warming…

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Sustainability Reputation Ranking

Late last week a Swiss organisation called Covalence announced the latest results of its ethical reputation ranking. There are loads of these kinds of things available, but I think this one is of particular interest. The rankings are developed by…

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Incentive or punishment

After naming and shaming, and the media and blogs as watchdogs, we are seeing a multiplication of the social responsibility, sustainable development and ethical rankings. The Swiss ethical quotation company Covalence, has just published its first quarter ranking, and the…

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Covalence Ethical Ranking 1st Quarter 2007

Geneva-based Covalence is publishing today its quarterly ethical reputation ranking, giving the best ranked companies as well as those companies which have made the most progress in the first quarter of 2007. An overview of hot issues across sectors is…

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