Results for Corporate Reputation

Daily Media Briefing 16th October

Daily Media Briefing 16th October

October 16, 2012 Fukushima disaster could have been avoided, nuclear plant operator admits; Warrant issued for Kingfisher chief; Tullow defies Arctic fear in Greenland deal; Energy companies warn UK government over delays to green subsidies; RBS suspends senior trader in Libor probe Read more >
Daily Media Briefing 11th October

Daily Media Briefing 11th October

October 11, 2012 South African gold miners offered better wages; UN warns of rising food costs after year’s extreme weather; Global clean energy investment set to fall for first time in eight years; Shell to appear in Dutch court on pollution charges; Greenpeace activists hide overnight at Swedish nuclear plants Read more >
Daily Media Briefing 10th October

Daily Media Briefing 10th October

October 10, 2012 Supreme Court denies Chevron $19bn Ecuador appeal; Alcoa to pay $85m to settle Bahrain law suit; Oxfam turns investor with Mongolian loan; Rural India marches on Delhi over landless poor; Sainsbury’s boss attacks chancellor’s plan for workers to sacrifice rights for shares Read more >
Daily Media Briefing 9th October

Daily Media Briefing 9th October

October 09, 2012 Ireland’s central bank starts PPI probe; Puma pushes case for green shoes; Aquarius chief quits as unrest grows and demand falls away; UK Government floats £2m bioenergy from wetlands competition; Eurosif study shows marked growth in responsible investment Read more >
Daily Media Briefing 4th October

Daily Media Briefing 4th October

October 04, 2012 Chevron faces shareholder pressure over $19 Billion Ecuador Judgment; Factory workers strike in Indonesia’s industrial heartland; South African strikes spread to iron ore; UN report says organised crime is responsible for up to 90 percent of illegal logging Read more >
Daily Media Briefing 3rd October

Daily Media Briefing 3rd October

October 03, 2012 L&G continues fight against excessive pay; Amplats hit by more strikes in South Africa; Bumi investors refuse to put more money in to loss-making venture; Plant set to boost biofuel output Read more >
Daily Media Briefing 2nd October

Daily Media Briefing 2nd October

October 02, 2012 AngloGold warning over continued unrest in South Africa; Ikea airbrushes women from its Saudi catalogue; Four men charged with £3m insider-trading conspiracy; JPMorgan sued over alleged Bear Stearns securities fraud; Cargill to ditch fuel-inefficient vessels Read more >
Daily Media Briefing 28th September

Daily Media Briefing 28th September

September 28, 2012 Libor rate to undergo radical reforms; Ford and Schneider to offer electric car chargers across Europe; Illegal mine strikes spread in South Africa as Amplats threatens sanctions; Indonesia arrests Chevron staff in corruption inquiry Read more >
Daily Media Briefing 25th September

Daily Media Briefing 25th September

September 25, 2012 Bumi probe into use of unit’s funds; Olympus, former executives plead guilty in fraud trial; Starbucks and others tell congress to extend wind tax credit; Trafigura lessons have not been learned, report warns; Morrisons prefers own-label to off-the-shelf pension plan Read more >