Business rights or human rights? Swiss vote shines spotlight on companies

By Brenna Hughes Neghaiwi ZURICH (Reuters) – A billboard of a runny-nosed, dour-faced girl framed by Glencore’s sprawling zinc mine

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Renault to replace Flins car assembly plant with recycling centre

FILE PHOTO: The logo of Renault carmaker is pictured at a dealership in Les Sorinieres, near Nantes, France, October 23,

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EU fell short in vetting BlackRock for green banking rules, watchdog says

By Kate Abnett, Simon Jessop BRUSSELS/LONDON (Reuters) – The European Commission failed to properly consider conflicts of interest when it

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Analysis: Tested by taxonomy – EU green finance rules leaky for ships, tight for houses

By Kate Abnett, Simon Jessop BRUSSELS/LONDON (Reuters) – Months of EU deliberation to decide which business activities can be marketed

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Pipe dreams leave U.S. energy firms caught in climate trap

NEW YORK (Reuters) – In remote northern Michigan a propane shortage in early 2014 caused prices to nearly double, squeezing

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U.S. financial groups, wary of crackdown, feel out Biden transition team

By Michelle Price, Pete Schroeder WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Financial lobbyists, kept at arm’s length by Joe Biden’s campaign, have begun

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