BBC investigates working conditions at Apple's suppliers

In December 2014, the BBC launched an investigation into accusations of poor working conditions in Apple supplier plants in Shanghai, China.

Can Uber overcome its sustainability problem?

No other Sharing Economy startup has come close to generating the publicity Uber has achieved.

Chevy's Volt gets checked on its reality marketing

General Motors’ pioneering electric vehicle, the Chevrolet Volt, caught the eyes of the US public back in 2012, thanks to its gay and lesbian market-targeted “Mom, Dad. I’m electric” ad campaign for Detroit’s Motor City Pride.

Merck's vaccination donation shows the complexity of Big Pharma sustainability

In recent years US pharmaceutical multinational, Merck, has found itself embroiled in a sticky debate on healthcare in developing countries, despite seeming to have the best of intentions.

Samsung gets a bad rap for its sustainability report video

Companies are always looking for new ways to breathe life into their sustainability reports - adding storytelling, data and visualisations to make these often turgid chunks of work appeal to new audiences.

Starbucks #RaceTogether campaign takes some flak despite good intentions

Few people would disagree with the idea that we need to talk more about race. But where do we want those discussions to take place? While standing in line at Starbucks? Well, maybe somewhere else. Anywhere else. Because the last thing you want is for that wait for your coffee to be made longer.

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