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Tiffany & Co. spoke out for action against climate change this week, sparking debate both about its stance and the question: Is it bad for business to get political?
A senator from Wyoming and a representative from South Dakota have resurrected past pieces of legislation in their respective houses of Congress.
Located at the University of Delaware, signature projects will focus on miner education and health and safety outreach in Madagascar and South Asia.
Barbara S. Jones was appointed by the retailer’s new Respect in the Workplace committee, formed to support female employees.
The Italian jewelry brand will reveal the works at the upcoming Venice Biennale art fair.
The 2016 Corporate Social Responsibility Report is the company’s first public report of the kind.
The Jewelers Vigilance Committee’s sessions will cover topics including quality control, the FTC guides, and contracts.
The proposed “Border Adjustment Tax” imposes a 20 percent tax on goods imported from overseas, be they raw or finished.
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