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What's Behind Your Supplier's Declaration of Conflict Free Supply Chains?

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As FCPA enforcement gets tougher, compliance demands bold measures

FCPA Blog. Firms need to know not only what all of their divisions and employees are doing, but what their subsidiaries and vendors are doing. 

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What's behind your supplier's declaration of conflict free supply chains?

Every Seat Has a Story: The Road to Recovery

By: Andy Fuhrmann
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On February 22, 2013, my life changed forever.  Skiing has always been my outlet, but on that particular day on Jay Peak in Vermont’s Green Mountains, I was in an accident that caused a compression of my spinal column, pinching nerves in my neck. I was instantly paralyzed from the neck down from what we later learned was a C4-C5 incomplete Spinal Cord Injury (SCI).

Marcone Backs Animal Rescue Foundation’s Critical Work & Helps Celebrate Tony La Russa’s Hall of Fame Induction

Wine & Whiskers returns to St. Louis to raise money for animal rescue programs & to honor ARF's co-founder, Tony La Russa
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Last month, Marcone proudly supported Animal Rescue Foundation’s Wine & Whiskers fundraiser and party with a silver level sponsorship. The event not only helped raise money for ARF, but honored the organization’s co-founder and recent Hall of Fame inductee, Tony La Russa.

Is “Love” A Part of Your Workplace?

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Just before Valentine’s Day four years ago, an Oregon-based company called Mindvalley decided to spread the love at work - through an event they dubbed Love Week where every worker plays Secret Angel to some other worker, and everyone gets to experience love and appreciation over a five-day work week.

Meet the Speakers of Charities@Work Summit 2015: Carol Cone

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Some of the country’s leading experts in corporate social responsibility, volunteerism, employee engagement and giving will speak at the 14th Annual Charities@Work Best Practices Summit on Employee Engagement in Corporate Citizenship in New York City on March 23-25, 2015.

Mary Kay Lobbying for Good: Austin

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Mary Kay is deep in the heart of Austin, Texas today with the Texas Council on Family Violence (TCFV) advocating for laws protecting survivors of domestic violence. This is part of Mary Kay’s national Lobbying for Good program and Don’t Look Away company campaign to educate, prevent and end domestic violence before it begins. Learn more about Mary Kay’s efforts at marykay.com/dontlookaway.

My Life Now: A Wish Kid Reflects

10 years ago, Make-A-Wish® granted Bryce's wish to have a bass-fishing boat
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More than ten years ago, Make-A-Wish® granted Bryce’s wish to have a bass-fishing boat. Now, Bryce is a 23-year-old graduate and still fondly recalls what his wish meant to him.

At 13, Bryce was in the hospital for chemotherapy treatments and missing the freedom of being outdoors and going fishing. He decided to purposefully schedule his wish day for the day after he finished chemotherapy. This way, he had something to look forward to while he was in the hospital.

Philanthropy & Community Engagement: Habitat for Humanity Las Vegas Builds 100th House | January 2015 CSR Newsletter

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In collaboration with MGM Resorts International and the City of Henderson, Habitat for Humanity Las Vegas raised the walls to its 100th home on January 31marking a significant milestone for the organization.

Subaru Celebrates Record Year with Donation of 513,693 Meals to Feeding America

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CHERRY HILL, NJ, February 11, 2015 /3BL Media/ – In celebration of reaching the historic milestone of 513,693 vehicle sales in 2014, and breaking one half million sales for the first time, Subaru of America, Inc. (SOA) will help provide 513,693 meals nationwide through Feeding America and its network of 200 food banks. Food Bank of South Jersey, the food bank that directly serves the Subaru corporate headquarters community, will receive the equivalent of 50,000 meals.

Equipping Tomorrow's Workforce

Sanofi Pasteur contributes $350,000 to local college science labs and classrooms
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Building on its foundation of support for Northampton Community College (NCC), Sanofi Pasteur provided early and significant funding for the College’s new Monroe County campus in Tannersville. The company’s donation of more than $350,000 underwrote NCC Monroe’s science labs and classrooms on the third floor of the Kapp Hall academic building.

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