Results for Corporate Reputation

Daily Media Briefing 21st September

Daily Media Briefing 21st September

September 21, 2012 Reebok India bosses ‘fleeced £100m from thefts’; Microsoft and HP rapped by US Senate over tax havens; UK executive pay rises curbed; Businesses call for energy efficiency to be at heart of EU industry plan; Government to incentivise circular economy trailblazers Read more >
Daily Media Briefing 20th September

Daily Media Briefing 20th September

September 20, 2012 MPs demand moratorium on Arctic oil drilling; FSA 'knew about Libor probe when approving Bob Diamond's promotion'; Drug giants fined $11bn for criminal wrongdoing; BBC boss: 'Today' needs more female presenters ; Nearly 50% of CFOs say sustainability is key driver of financial performance Read more >
Daily Media Briefing 19th September

Daily Media Briefing 19th September

September 19, 2012 Lonmin strike ending, tensions remain; Burberry stops handbag production in Chinese factory in ethics row; Researchers unveil Facebook-inspired CO2 calculator; Royal Mail chief backs staff quotas for women; Hermes loses control of activist funds Read more >
Daily Media Briefing 18th September

Daily Media Briefing 18th September

September 18, 2012 South Africa warns of cost of unrest; Business leaders turn to Catholic Church; Brussels rethinks rules on biofuels; Blue Transmission in line for £482m offshore wind grid link; Two thirds of firms concerned energy infrastructure won’t improve Read more >
Daily Media Briefing 17th September

Daily Media Briefing 17th September

September 17, 2012 Royal Dutch Shell to delay Alaska drilling plans; Two South Africa mines reopen, yet investors pull out; UK musters support to block EU women quota; Honda, Ford spearhead new conflict minerals reporting tool Read more >
Daily Media Briefing 13th September

Daily Media Briefing 13th September

September 13, 2012 Continuing South African mining unrest; Life ban and fine for HBOS’s Cummings; UBS looks to put cap on banker bonuses Climate Change Committee rules “dash for gas” would be illegal; New York is first city to publish energy data for private buildings Read more >
Daily Media Briefing 12th September

Daily Media Briefing 12th September

September 12, 2012 Putin signs decree 'to protect' Gazprom; South Africa miners blockade Anglo American Platinum mine; Rising number of top firms believe climate change is threat to business; Rise in hospital admissions for stress is blamed on the recession Read more >
Daily Media Briefing 11th September

Daily Media Briefing 11th September

September 11, 2012 Global carbon trading system has 'essentially collapsed'; China opens shale gas to foreign bidders; Barclays to shrink controversial tax unit; Walking, not talking, resumes at Marikana Read more >
Daily Media Briefing 10th September

Daily Media Briefing 10th September

September 10, 2012 Gold Fields says 15,000 workers strike at South Africa mine; South Africa ends fracking freeze; Anglo American fights sick miners' legal action; Shell criticised for limited testing of Alaska drilling containment equipment; RBS in talks to settle Libor allegations Read more >
Daily Media Briefing 7th September

Daily Media Briefing 7th September

September 07, 2012 Lonmin, three unions sign ‘flawed’ peace accord; UN urges businesses to tackle catastrophic chemical risks; Corporate ethics: Freedom can boost sustainable credentials; Rift widens between green lobbyists and businesses as Heathrow U-turn looms Read more >