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When Vince Cable recently called for workers to be given a seat on company boards, and a say on what their bosses are paid, the business community was predictably dismissive.
Japanese Catholic bishops have released an anti-nuclear message delayed for six months, following pressure from business people.
The News Corp hacking scandal highlights key issues for business ethics and corporate responsibility, says a church-based research group.
The first global survey on business ethics has found that research on the area is growing rapidly worldwide, including in emerging economies.
The Global Ethics Forum has produced a range of proposals to develop responsible business practices, following its recent gathering in Geneva.
The Fellowship of Churches of Christ in Nigeria plans to establish business and agricultural enterprises to bring Christians and Muslims together.
The Quakers and Business Group held their Spring Gathering in Edinburgh on Saturday 2 April 2011. The theme was 'Mainstreaming Ethical Futures'.
To boost morale and ease the Monday blues, the Church of England offered early morning commuters on 1 September a prayer published in a freesheet morning newspaper read by some 1.5 million who travel by train and underground.
A long-standing practical scheme for financially backing community initiatives and economic development among those on the margins of the global system is being promoted in Britain.
Media representatives are invited to a conference for business leaders called
Who will speak: Chris Goodall, author of "How to live a low carbon life" Professor Alan Allport
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