By Ryan McMakenMises Institute In recent years, it seems that the nation’s CEOs and billionaires are increasingly willing to drop the pretense that they are politically neutral entrepreneurs who simply want to go about their business. Last week, for example, more than a hundred CEOs met to plot ways to punish the people of Georgia […]
#AbolishChildSlavery: INNterview with Executive Director of International Rights Advocates, Terrence Collingsworth
“It will force the companies by an order of the court to finally do what they promised to do back in 2000. That is, to stop using child [slave] labour.”
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The Coca-Cola Company used its sponsorship of international public health conferences to deflect blame for the obesity epidemic away from its products.