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ESG News Review 8 — 14 March 2014

  • 17 March 2014

Toyota was among the most praised companies last week as it announced a wage increase for its Japan-based workers, responding to calls from Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. Nestlé published a new report describing its efforts to meet commitments in…

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ESG News Review 5 – 11 October 2013

  • 14 October 2013

Last week the most criticized company was - again - Tokyo Electric Power Co. Inc., as six workers were exposed to a leak of highly radioactive water at Fukushima nuclear plant. Leighton Holdings Limited also received criticisms for facing a…

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ESG News Review 28 September – 4 October 2013

  • 7 October 2013

Last week the most criticized company was Tokyo Electric Power Co. Inc., as contaminated water continue leaking at Fukushima nuclear plant. Ryanair also received negative comments for being ordered by a French court to pay more than €9m in fines…

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ESG News Review 14 – 20 September 2013

  • 23 September 2013

JPMorgan Chase was the most criticized company last week, as it has agreed to pay about $920m in penalties to US and UK regulators for "unsafe and unsound practices" including last year's "London whale" trading losses and dissimulations. Shell also…

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ESG News Review 7 – 13 September 2013

  • 16 September 2013

Yahoo! was the most praised company last week, as it published a first aggregate summary of U.S. governmental information requests. Together with Google, Microsoft and Facebook, the company filed a lawsuit against the U.S. government for the right to reveal…

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ESG News Review 31 August — 6 September 2013

  • 9 September 2013

For the third week in a row Tokyo Electric Power Co. was the most criticized company, as a result of recent increases in radiation from the Fukushima plant. Wal-Mart also received  criticism after protesters calling for higher wages were arrested…

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ESG News Review 24 — 30 August 2013

  • 2 September 2013

Wal-Mart has been the most praised company last week as it opened-up healthcare benefits to employees’ same-sex partners, which The Newsweek/Daily Beast’s Daniel Gross describes as a "corporate shift". Nissan and Ford also received positive coverage for creating jobs in…

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ESG News Review 17 — 23 August 2013

  • 26 August 2013

Staples Inc. was the most praised company last week after announcing that it recycled 350 million ink and toner cartridges since 2005. Another retailer, Wal-Mart, also received mostly positive coverage for its "made-in-America" campaign promoting the creation of more manufacturing…

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ESG News Review 10 — 16 August 2013

  • 19 August 2013

Toyota was the most praised company last week thanks to initiatives such as the donation of business expertise to non-profits, environmental education and scholarship programs. On the other hand, Ryanair was the most criticized company, after it fired a pilot…

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ESG News Review 3 — 9 August 2013

  • 12 August 2013

Tokyo Electric Power Co. was the most criticized company last week, after Japan’s Prime Minister called for an "urgent battle to stop radioactive water from the Fukushima nuclear plant leaking into the ocean" (Sky News). JPMorgan Chase and Goldman Sachs,…

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