1. Nestlé (US$ 98,4 billion)| 2. Procter & Gamble (US$ 83,7 billion)| 3. Unilever (US$ 66 billion)| 4. PepsiCo (US$ 65,5 billion)| 5. The Coca-Cola Company (US$ 47,9 billion)| Source: OC&C Strategy Consultants
Greenpeace has analysed what 17 of the world’s leading consumer electronics companies are doing to address their environmental impacts.Do they use clean energies? Do they use hazardous chemicals? Can their products be recycled or easily repaired?
Ecuador's vice president has become the highest-ranking politician to be convicted over the Odebrecht bribes scandal. Other cases in Mexico and Colombia have shown the international reach of the corruption.
The Trump administration has backed its pick to head the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Mick Mulvaney. Both Mulvaney and former chief of staff Leandra English have claimed to be the agency's acting director.
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