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Millennium blues: a corporate hangover in prospect

Millennium blues: a corporate hangover in prospect

December 01, 1999 Millenium hype is going into overdrive. While some companies have resisted all the blandishments to get involved, others have committed very significant budgets. Who is doing what and will they benefit? Peter Truesdale investigates. Read more >
Time to give more help to volunteers

Time to give more help to volunteers

October 01, 1999 The UK government is backing another big national push to get more people to volunteer, while the private sector tries to fund the local infrastructure which makes this possible. Read more >
Risk and rewards for good citizens

Risk and rewards for good citizens

October 01, 1999 The mainstreaming of corporate responsibility gathers pace, with new Stock Exchange requirements to manage ‘social risk’ and growing evidence that getting it right pays dividends. Read more >
Brian Wright: Business in 2000

Brian Wright: Business in 2000

October 01, 1999 London Enterprise Agency celebrated its 20th anniversary in October by holding a conference looking forward to the year 2010. Here, LEntA's chief executive reviews the discussion and looks back at LEntA's progress over the past 20 years. Read more >
Commerce in the classroom

Commerce in the classroom

October 01, 1999 Signs of a growing backlash against commercial exploitation of education mean companies must be clear why they are getting involved in schools and who really benefits. Read more >
Preventing abuse, saving money

Preventing abuse, saving money

December 01, 1998 The effects of social breakdown are increasingly felt by companies, with the cost of crime an obvious example. But now alcohol abuse is a factor in a quarter of workplace accidents, while drug abuse affects a fifth of businesses. It is time for preventative action. Read more >