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Corporate Ethics And Our Green Planet

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Corporate ethics and our green planet aims to enlighten us to both the positive and negative effects of businesses in our quest for a greener planet and lifestyle. It constitutes several different theories which hopefully help us to understand our underlying role in corporate ethics for a green planet. This article could take several hundred …

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Seven Key Elements of Corporate Climate Change Strategy

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Seven Key Elements of Corporate Climate Change Strategy The greatest environmental challenge of our time is without a doubt climate change. Over the coming years and decades global warming will have a stark influence on our lives. Not only through the physical changes in the climate, but also through changes in our energy consumption, travel …

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Corporate Social Responsibilities For A Greener Planet

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Corporate social responsibilities, or CSR is a term used to define a self-regulating business model in which the business regulates itself in terms of local, national, and international laws, ethical standards, and international norms. Thus when a business follows the set of self-regulations, it would take into account it’s responsibilities to it’s customers and consumers, …

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Citizens United Victory as Judge Rules Corporate Donations Ban Unconstitutional

Citizens United Victory as Judge Yules Corporate Donations Ban Unconstitutional

A U.S. judge ruled that the campaign finance law that had banned corporations from making contributions to federal candidates is unconstitutional, stating that a recent Supreme Court decision gives companies the same right to donate as individual citizens enjoy. The ruling, issued late Thursday by U.S. District Judge James Cacheris tossed out part of an …

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