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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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February 2019

NatWest worker told customer ‘vegans should be punched’

18 February 2019

UK MPs slam Facebook for data abuse, call for social media regulator

18 February 2019

Problem gamblers are using PayPal to spend up to £150,000 a day

17 February 2019

Fired for no reason? US fast-food workers in fresh assault on unfair dismissals

15 February 2019

US founder of Russia-focused private equity firm arrested

15 February 2019

BBC launches eco-friendly fashion and lifestyle brand

15 February 2019

Betting companies could be forced to fund self-exclusion tools

14 February 2019

Rules to curb UK money laundering widely flouted

14 February 2019

Morrisons faces women’s equal pay action

14 February 2019

Ethnicity pay gap reporting can drive change in UK business

13 February 2019

Business schools have a vital role in teaching trust

13 February 2019

Banks close thousands of ‘money mule’ accounts, MPs told

13 February 2019

Gambling ads to be banned from child-friendly sites and games

13 February 2019

Unilever publishes tea supply chain

13 February 2019

Digital ad market under fresh scrutiny amid competition concerns

12 February 2019

Woman says she was knocked back from 1000 jobs in 18 months for being deaf

12 February 2019

Consumers fooling themselves over their sustainability, but don’t blame them

12 February 2019

Cottonsoft sentenced after identifying and then ignoring substandard machine guarding

11 February 2019

Lloyds apologises after customers hit by online banking glitch

11 February 2019

Ban zero-hours contracts that exploit workers, says TUC

11 February 2019

City watchdog to probe Revolut’s ‘spoof’ takeaway ad campaign

08 February 2019

Gucci withdraws jumper after ‘blackface’ backlash

07 February 2019

Facebook, Amazon and Google in Europe’s crosshairs

07 February 2019

Unaoil fallout: Petrofac exec admits sprawling Middle East bribe scheme

07 February 2019

Mumsnet reports itself to regulator over data breach

07 February 2019

Tobacco firms not paying fair share of UK corporation tax – report

06 February 2019

UK police test if computer can predict criminal behaviour

06 February 2019

Men’s pay packets at the top of banks are still out of whack

06 February 2019

Linklaters wins gagging order blocking sexism claims

06 February 2019

Bank staff ‘saving elderly from scams’

06 February 2019

Hotel booking sites forced to end misleading sales tactics

06 February 2019

I’m a Celebrity … app maker forced to pull gambling adverts

06 February 2019

Viagogo: Commerce Commission says it’s a marketplace of scams and fraud

05 February 2019

‘It’s unfair’: Ex-BNZ chief executive Andrew Thorburn whinges after cancelling leave

05 February 2019

Kiwi financial directors guilty of theft, misleading investors during global financial crisis

05 February 2019

Ladbrokes staff told to sign gamblers to online accounts to avoid redundancy

05 February 2019

Goldman Sachs targets executive pay over 1MBD scandal

05 February 2019

Tesco and Carrefour pilot reusable packaging

04 February 2019

Attract the right person for the job

04 February 2019

Hermes to offer gig economy drivers better rights under union deal

04 February 2019

Australia’s banking royal commission final report at a glance

04 February 2019

Rich building boss guilty of immigration fraud after residency granted, loses court battle with Herald

03 February 2019

Millennials’ pay still stunted by the 2008 financial crash

03 February 2019

The businesses demanding the ‘free’ from freelancers

01 February 2019

BP pledges to comply with Paris climate change goals

01 February 2019

Lack of women on boards is ‘embarrassing’ for NZ – advocacy group

01 February 2019

IBE in the Press

Pilfered pens and fudged expenses could foreshadow an ethics scandal

Philippa Foster Back writes about ethics at work in City AM


Business ethics passes latest test in court of public opinion

IBE's public attitudes survey reported on in the Times.

Three ways the fund industry can address the trust deficit

Peter Montagnon makes some practical suggestions for fund managers in FTfm

Speaking up at work is not treachery

Society needs to move away from the narrative that those who speak up are troublemakers, writes Katherine Bradshaw

Too many boards ask the wrong questions

Directors must go beyond raw numbers and drill into the underlying message, says Peter Montagnon in FTfm

We can't leave Silicon Valley to solve AI's issues

Guendalina Dondé explains how companies can empower their employees and other stakeholders to AI ethically
 

 


 
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