From the Source: Why it Pays Off to be Transparent in Business

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From the Source: Why it Pays Off to be Transparent in Business

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Friday, July 31, 2015 - 5:25am

How do you stop intractable conflict? Take away profit

Think Progress. A new organization called The Sentry will work to stem war across Africa by tracking its revenue streams.

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Anti-corruption campaigners furious as government considers softening Bribery Act

The Independent. The Government is reviewing the Bribery Act after business leaders claimed it was making it difficult for British firms to export goods.

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House bill would force businesses to detail anti-trafficking efforts

The Hill. Lawmakers are pushing businesses to adopt policies that prevent human trafficking, slavery and child labor in their supply chains.

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Why it pays off to be transparent in business

The Huffington Post. Transparency is one of those words that is constantly thrown around in the business world.


'Sea slaves': The human misery that feeds pets and livestock

New York Times. Lang Long’s ordeal began in the back of a truck. After watching his younger siblings go hungry because their family’s rice patch in Cambodia could not provide for everyone, he accepted a trafficker’s offer to travel across the Thai border for a construction job.




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