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When corporate cultures clash: defining company values across borders

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For Molson Coors, Nike, Coca-Cola and other companies operating in different countries, social responsibility can be a tool for self-definition – and a way to exchange cultural values

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Reporting supply chain sustainability: a myriad of metrics

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There are more than 2,500 different metrics used to measure sustainability in supply chains, bringing both challenges and opportunities for business

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Businesses prefer to turn a blind eye to the global migration debate

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As users of international labour, companies have both ethical and competitive issues at stake if they do not break their silence on migration

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General Mills joins climate change fight and requires pledges from suppliers too

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The company is the first major food company to commit to cutting emissions across its operations and supply chain, Oxfam says. The maker of Cheerios also plans to lobby for climate action

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Trouble brewing: has success spoiled Green Mountain?

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From a startup with sustainable credentials to a global coffee brewer that is shunning the environment for consumer convenience, Keurig Green Mountain has lost its way . . . → Read More: Trouble brewing: has success spoiled Green Mountain?

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‘Sustainable’ companies hide behind subsidiaries in secretive tax havens

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The UK’s 100 largest public companies have nearly 30,000 subsidiaries, according to new research by Christian Aid . . . → Read More: ‘Sustainable’ companies hide behind subsidiaries in secretive tax havens

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Ex-Starbucks entrepreneur wants you to eat your coffee

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By making it possible to eat coffee cherries, start-up Coffee Flour aims to reduce waste and create a new food source . . . → Read More: Ex-Starbucks entrepreneur wants you to eat your coffee

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‘Every little helps’: a distraction or the making of big sustainable business?

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While companies such as Bacardi believe in a little-by-little approach, others such as Nike are looking for drastic overhauls . . . → Read More: ‘Every little helps’: a distraction or the making of big sustainable business?

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Asda: 95% of our fresh produce is already at risk from climate change

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The UK supermarket to put hard figures against the impact climate change will have on its global fresh produce supply chain . . . → Read More: Asda: 95% of our fresh produce is already at risk from climate change

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Business lobbying on climate change is ‘a murmur and not a message’

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A coalition including IKEA, Mars and eBay is lobbying US government for regulation to curb climate change. But for Washington to listen, businesses must make it a core issue . . . → Read More: Business lobbying on climate change is ‘a murmur and not a message’

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