Part #1 – Ethical Troubles: Nespresso

Many businesses establish themselves with strong ethical principles, but committing to a wholly ethical business plan has its difficulties…

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Gender pay gap reports to be made compulsory for UK businesses

Government plans will force UK companies with 250 employees or more to publish their gender pay gap reports in the next year.

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Co-op Bank attracting “credible” interest from buyers

Co-op Bank, which recently reported a £477m annual loss, is up for sale.

The bank, which has 4 million customers, is hoping to generate further capital in order to stabilise the institution. It has said that there has been plenty of “credible” interest from buyers.

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6 ways Shanghai Tower leads the way in sustainable engineering

The $2.4-billion, Gensler-designed Shanghai Tower is China’s tallest building and second tallest in the world.

At 632 metres high (2,073 feet), the 127-storey spiral highrise combines the latest in sustainable advancement strategies with private and public spaces. Here are some of the building’s features that make it the epitome of innovative green design.

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3 ways to improve your business’s ethical brand

Business and ethics have forever been intertwined.

Having a strong moral code at the centre of your business is no longer a USP, but a prerequisite if your business is to flourish. And by placing value in a strong ethical brand, businesses are allowed to organically expand and grow, both financially and morally.

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