In 2014 pressure became to great to fight and the South Korean electronics manufacturer Samsung finally had to apologise to workers who became terminally ill from… Read More »Samsung workers in South Korea continue to seek compensation for Cancer.
We would like to highlight this certainly very interesting debate taking place on June 10th at the University of Hamburg:
The Indian company Adani is in the process of expanding the coal mine Carmichael in Queensland. Besides the mine, a railway and the expansion of… Read More »Adani Group: Carmichael project in Queensland, Australia
At the world economic forum in Davos, Chevron has been declared the most irresponsible company of the last fifteen years of Public Lifetime Award, followed… Read More »Chevron declared “Public Eye Lifetime Award” winner
For the third year in a row, Wal-Mart employees went on strike on Black Friday calling for higher wages and fairer working conditions. Despite fears… Read More »Wal-Mart employees protest for higher wages on Black Friday
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The Swiss bank giant UBS (NYSE:UBS) which is the largest private lender, has come to an agreement during negotiations with American, British and Swiss authorities… Read More »UBS reaches agreement with authorities on manipulation scandal
The European Centre for Disease Control (ECDC) reported that on 2 September 2014, 45 litres of concentrated live polio virus solution was released into the… Read More »GSK: Release of 45 litres of Polio virus into Environment.
‘Chile’s environmental regulator SAM has imposed a $4.5 million fine on Anglo American Sur, a subsidiary of London-based Anglo American (LON:AAL), for violations at one… Read More »Anglo American fined $4.5 million for environmental pollution