27 Apr’11MeadWestVaco the leading US packaging and stationery maker, reported a strong growth in its Q1’11 sales and profits.
We noted a headline in today’s Daily Telegraph‘Swann out to prove there’s life after penny pinching’. We disagree and publish extracts of the article and our take on the 8 years long slippage that has occurred under the CEO’s watch.
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14 Apr’11At its 2011 Investor and Analyst Day today, leading consumer electrocs retailer Best Buy CEO Brian Dunn(pic left, on right)and his team, provided an in-depth view of the company's growth strategies…
American businesses are increasingly measuring the savings from their green workplace practices more than ever, according to a new survey released today by Buck Consultants,(A XeroxCompany)
To commemorate Earth Day 22 April, many leading business magazines are profiling sustainability champions in the corporate world. With due respect to green leaders like Dell, Brother, HP and Staples we profile 7 superstars of sustainability in the independent marketplace. Profiles later today
A new Federal action lawsuit alleges Office Depot and officers & directors participated in an illegal fraudulent scheme to enrich themselves and manipulate the company's stock price.
The vultures are circling Boca Raton, the palatial global headquarters of Office Depot. The Annual Shareholders Meeting scheduled in 2 weeks could be a bloodbath.
Troubles at seriously beleaguered ice Depot have exacerbated in the last 48 hours. Straight after the embarrassing CFO webcast yesterday the shareholders took action…
By Lucy Jermyn,
Long a cause célèbre of the eco crowd, sustainable business practices are yielding big savings at companies like PepsiCo and Wal-Mart
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