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2678 employees of tech companies took a stance on the proposed Muslim registry, vowed to protect privacy & engage in responsible whistleblowing and Microsoft, Apple, Google, Lyft, Automattic, and Uber have all stated publicly they would not...
Author: Nick Statt, Verge (USA)
Apple, Google, and Uber join list of tech companies refusing to build Muslim registry, 16 Dec 2016...
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Author: Press Trust of India
"Amazon,Microsoft workers join pledge to oppose Muslim registry", 16 Dec 2016...
USA: Corporate Equality Index scores record number of companies full marks for having inclusive policies for LGBT workers
KnowTheChain: Ranking of 20 apparel and footwear companies on efforts to address forced labour in the supply chain
Author: Alison Moodie, Guardian (UK)
"Google, Apple, Facebook race towards 100% renewable energy target", 6 Dec 2016...
Press release: Just Capital and Forbes release inaugural "Just 100 List" ranking companies performing best on American public's priorities
Author: Just Capital and Forbes
JUST Capital and Forbes today released the inaugural “JUST 100 List,” which ranks the publicly traded companies in America that perform best on the priorities of the American public. This is the first-ever annual ranking of how America’s top companies...