For the best experience viewing this site, please upgrade your browser to the latest version of Internet Explorer, Chrome or Firefox.

Corporate Governance

Page 30 of 184« First...1020...2829303132...405060...Last » View all
A Tesla logo hang on a building outside of a Tesla dealership in New York, U.S., April 29, 2016. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

24 Jun 2016

Behind Tesla carnage, signs of support for Musk’s SolarCity deal

By Ross Kerber and Tim McLaughlin (Reuters) | 23 June 2016 Please link here for video on Reuters. Some of Tesla Motor Inc’s (TSLA.O) biggest investors have signaled support for […]

A worker arrives at his office in the Canary Wharf business district in London February 26, 2014. REUTERS/Eddie Keogh

24 Jun 2016

Supporters of global sustainability ask businesses to step up

By Ellen Wulfhorst (Thomson Reuters Foundation) | 23 June 2016 Fortune 500 should build new development goals into business plans, shareholder pitches and publicity — NEW YORK – Advocates of sustainable development […]

A sticker "no palm oil and no preservatives added" is seen through a magnifying glass on a box of biscuits in this illustration photo taken in a supermaket in Nice, France, March 16, 2016 as the French lawmakers are due to vote on a proposed additional tax on palm oil.  REUTERS/Eric Gaillard

24 Jun 2016

French parliament scraps planned extra tax on palm oil

By Sybille de La Hamaide (Thomson Reuters Foundation) | 23 June 2016 Major producing countries said proposed tax was discriminatory and against international trade rules — PARIS – France’s National Assembly […]

An endangered east African black rhinoceros and her young one walk in Tanzania's Serengeti park in this file photo from May 21, 2010, during the start of an initiative that would see 32 rhinos flown to Tanzania from South Africa. REUTERS/Tom Kirkwood/Files

24 Jun 2016

Auctioneer gets year in U.S. prison for ivory, rhino horn smuggling

By Brendan Pierson (Reuters) | 22 June 2016 NEW YORK – An executive with a Beverly Hills gallery and auction house was sentenced on Wednesday to one year and one day […]

Tomonori Kakita, a sommelier-cum-concierge, demonstrates how to serve wine during a press preview at the Wine Apartment in Tokyo September 30, 2013. REUTERS/Issei Kato

24 Jun 2016

From engineer to sommelier: Calgary’s laid-off oil workers try plan B

By Nia Williams (Reuters) | 22 June 2016 CALGARY, Alberta – Alejandro Rodriguez wants to be a sommelier. His previous experience: 20 years as an oil reservoir engineer. The 42-year-old […]

A Tesla logo on a Model S is photographed inside of a Tesla dealership in New York, U.S., April 29, 2016. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson/File Photo

22 Jun 2016

Tesla offers $2.8 billion for SolarCity in ‘no brainer’ deal for Musk

By Nichola Groom and Paul Lienert (Reuters) | 22 June 2016 LOS ANGELES/DETROIT – Elon Musk on Tuesday sought to build a clean energy powerhouse as his electric car maker, […]

A logging truck on the Araucania region’s main highway, passes by a sign warning that reads: "Area video surveillance the 24 hours" to would-be hijackers that the road is video-monitored near in Ercilla city, south of Chile, June 7, 2016. REUTERS/Gram Slattery

22 Jun 2016

In Chile’s forests, shadowy rebel groups threaten logging industry

By Gram Slattery (Reuters) | 22 June 2016 ANGOL, Chile – A few moments of relaxation for Chilean logger Nelson Hidalgo were shattered one day last month when 12 armed […]

A bottle of water with the logo of Veolia Environnement is seen during the company's 2014 annual results presentation in Paris February 26, 2015.  REUTERS/Christian Hartmann

22 Jun 2016

Michigan attorney general sues France’s Veolia in Flint water crisis

By Ben Klayman (Reuters) | 22 June 2016 DETROIT – The Michigan attorney general on Wednesday sued French water company Veolia and a Texas firm for “botching” their roles in […]

An offshore oil rig is seen from the Coal Oil Point Reserve (COPR) west of the UC Santa Barbara campus in Santa Barbara, California July 30, 2015.  REUTERS/Patrick T. Fallon

22 Jun 2016

White House economists say U.S. coal program costing taxpayers

By Patrick Rucker (Reuters) | 22 June 2016 WASHINGTON – A U.S. program meant to encourage coal mining on federal land is open to industry abuse and costs taxpayers billions […]

A prototype of a floating barrier to try to collect and clean trash from the world's oceans is pictured in the port of Scheveningen, the Netherlands, June 22, 2016.  The Ocean Cleanup /Handout via REUTERS

22 Jun 2016

Dutch test ‘Ocean Cleanup’ plan to collect floating plastic trash

By Toby Sterling (Reuters) | 22 June 2016 A Dutch foundation has developed floating barriers to try to collect trash from the world’s oceans, and will launch a 100 meter-long […]

Page 30 of 184« First...1020...2829303132...405060...Last » View all