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Business Ethics News

The IBE monitors the UK media for stories about business ethics issues and challenges.

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June 2016

SSE promises to play fair in electricity connections, The Times

23 June 2016

VW bosses say sorry at fraught AGM, The Times

23 June 2016

Unilever to use 'less sexist' ads, BBC

22 June 2016

Union urges M&S to open talks about pay and pension changes, The Guardian

22 June 2016

Mitsubishi Motors Expects to Swing to $1.38 Billion Net Loss, The Wall Street Journal

22 June 2016

Lidl makes ethical fruit and veg pledge to support British suppliers, Edie

21 June 2016

New Zealand: Woman pleads guilty to $750,000 accounting fraud, Stuff

21 June 2016

TalkTalk chief’s pay rises despite losing £80m to cyberhack, The Times

21 June 2016

Prosecutors investigate former VW chief for failure to come clean on emissions, The Times

21 June 2016

New Zealand: Eight in 10 businesses have no plan for ageing workers, survey finds, Stuff

21 June 2016

Ericsson Employees Summoned by Greek Authorities in Probe, The Wall Street Journal

20 June 2016

Morrisons' treatment of suppliers again highlighted by watchdog, The Guardian

20 June 2016

City banker sued over $20m of ‘plundered’ Libyan fees, The Times

20 June 2016

Ex-Barclays traders await verdict in Libor trial, The Telegraph

20 June 2016

MPs urge Government to dock executive pay for cyber attacks, The Telegraph

20 June 2016

TalkTalk slashes bonuses as cyber attack weighs on profits, The Telegraph

20 June 2016

Microsoft avoids paying £100m a year in UK corporation tax, The Independent

19 June 2016

HSBC ends Household International legal fight by agreeing to pay record $1.6bn, The Independent

17 June 2016

New Zealand: Eli Devoy, the woman at the heart of $9m mortgage fraud, New Zealand Herald

17 June 2016

New Zealand: Auckland sisters: private parking firm's penalty charge unjustifiable, Stuff

16 June 2016

New Zealand: Six injured after electrical accident at Christchurch fertiliser manufacturing plant, Stuff

16 June 2016

Schroders pays Hong Kong fine for disclosure failures, The Times

16 June 2016

England v Wales: Fans skiving work to watch Euro 2016 clash could cause most expensive day of the year for business, The Independent

16 June 2016

New Zealand: Male chief executives with daughters more likely to champion gender diversity, Stuff

15 June 2016

M&S publishes map of clothing and food supply chains, Supply Management

15 June 2016

M&S criticised for ditching antisocial hours pay to offset wage rise, The Guardian

15 June 2016

Sir Philip Green apologises to BHS staff for retailers' collapse in front of MPs, The Independent

15 June 2016

FedEx accused of trafficking illegal prescription drugs from online stores by US prosecutors, The Independent

15 June 2016

Tears of insider trader jailed for two years, The Times

14 June 2016

New Zealand: KiwiRail use of Chinese workers for locomotive repairs challenged, Stuff

14 June 2016

Goldman Sachs banker 'procured' prostitutes for Libyans, court hears, The Telegraph

14 June 2016

Facebook Offers Details on How It Handles Research, The Wall Street Journal

14 June 2016

New Zealand: Donald John Hancox admits defrauding Upper Hutt College of $375,000, Stuff

14 June 2016

New Zealand: Dozens of illegal Uber drivers caught in NZTA stings, Stuff

14 June 2016

G4S shares plunge to seven-year low as company confirms Orlando shooter was an employee, The Telegraph

13 June 2016

New labour abuse prevention officers to investigate slavery cases, Supply Management

13 June 2016

KPMG Severs Ties With Scandal-Hit FIFA, The Wall Street Journal

13 June 2016

New Zealand: Real Estate firm admits part in price agreement, Stuff

11 June 2016

PepsiCo supplier Indofood accused of child labour, violations, Eco-business

10 June 2016

Fiat Argentina withdraws 'misogynistic' car manual, BBC

10 June 2016

New Zealand: Talley's pays reparations to decapitated crewman's family after safety failure, Stuff

10 June 2016

New Zealand: Sacked Auckland translator wins $15k compensation, Stuff

09 June 2016

French Court Convicts Uber of Violating Transport, Privacy Laws, The Wall Street Journal

09 June 2016

Morgan Stanley Fined $1 Million for Client Data Breach, The Wall Street Journal

08 June 2016

Rogue trader was unfairly dismissed, The Times

08 June 2016

Investigation launched into Deloitte's handling of Serco's accounts following criminal tagging scandal, The Telegraph

08 June 2016

Fund managers urged to curb executive pay, FT

07 June 2016

New Zealand: Napier cafe owner docked worker's pay for breaks she was never allowed to take, Stuff

07 June 2016

New Zealand: Farm worker advert seeks person to work 18 days in a row, Stuff

07 June 2016

Sports Direct boss Mike Ashley admits to problems at warehouse ahead of MP committee questioning, The Independent

07 June 2016

Sports Direct employee gave birth in toilet to avoid time off, claim unions, The Times

07 June 2016

BNP Paribas sucked into HSBC money laundering inquiry, The Times

07 June 2016

KPMG faces inquiry over Ted Baker work, The Times

07 June 2016

Sorrell faces revolt against his pay package of £70m, The Times

06 June 2016

Santander drawn into HSBC money laundering inquiry, The Times

03 June 2016

BP pays out $175m for underplaying gulf spill, The Times

03 June 2016

Sainsbury's boss enjoys 86% pay rise despite fall in underlying profits, The Guardian

03 June 2016

Former BHS owner sent abusive message to chief exec after chain collapsed, The Guardian

03 June 2016

BHS sale: Sir Philip Green's strategy condemned for 'giving the keys to a five-year-old', The Independent

03 June 2016

Credit Suisse now allows bankers to take Friday night off to improve their work-life balance, The Independent

03 June 2016

Top UK model agencies accused of price fixing, Supply Management

03 June 2016

New Zealand: Corporate ethics: L’Oréal and New Zealand, New Zealand Listener

02 June 2016

Tesco, Marks & Spencer and McDonald's agree to protect cod, Supply Management

02 June 2016

New Zealand: Slavery in New Zealand is increasing with migrants the most exploited, Stuff

01 June 2016

Ex-Barclays director ‘passed on tips for home renovation work’, The Times

01 June 2016

Lloyds boss ‘kept silent on rate-rigging at bank’, The Times

01 June 2016

Oracle hit with whistleblower lawsuit over cloud accounting, Reuters

01 June 2016

French tax authorities seek €356m from Booking.com, The Guardian

01 June 2016

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