"Their suffering is intense, widespread, expanding, systematic and socially sanctioned. And the victims are unable to organize in defence of their own interests." -- Henry Spira, founder, Animal Rights International
The Campbell Soup Company is in celebratory mood for having appeared, for the third consecutive year, in the top ten list of all large-cap Russell 1000 companies on Corporate Responsibility Magazineâs annual 100 Best Corporate Citizens List. The list is regarded as the top corporate responsibility ranking based on publicly-available information.
The much-discussed deal for the acquisition of Canadian ESG leader Nexen by Chinese state-owned CNOOC was completed yesterday, with a total value of $15.1B. According to company statements1,2, energy company Nexen will operate as a subsidiary of CNOOC with continuing leadership by CEO Kevin Reinhart, who has been an employee of Nexen for over 18 years.
Cargill has issued its annual CSR report. The report outlines the food and agriculture conglomerate's approach to corporate responsibility, with a special emphasis on its work to address global food security.