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    General Dynamics and TRW - Senate investigations called it a "Multi-billion dollar boondogle." Lengthy U.S. Senate transcript shows a few details of defense industry unethical profits.

    US firms - China's "labor" - List of clothing firms in U.S. whose Chinese textiles may have been made with "slave" labor. Activist site

    Greediest and Neediest Cases - Wal-Mart, Guess, Walt Disney, Nike, Kmart, J.C. Penney, Esprit USA / Esprit Asia, May Co, Victorias Secret/Limited are considered most egregious violators of human rights through their indiscriminate money making with slave labor and other human rights abuses in the Third World. Links to each firm.

    Liz Claiborne: Sweatshop Production in El Salvador - Extensive documentation and links by National Labor Committee in U.S. about abusive factories that produce Liz Claiborne clothing. Consumer alert information as well as investor ethical data.

    Made in China - Extensive links to U.S. and multinational corporations which enable either human rights abuse in China or which effectively undermine fair treatment of workers there. National Labor Committee in U.S.

    Overview of U.S. clothing retailers complicity - National Labor Committee in U.S. placed this information for the 1998 Christmas season for shoppers. But the information and links remain timely in 1999 for socially responsible investors who wish to dig below the surface of corporate reports in the retail clothing business.

    British Aerospace - Committed to producing innovative, high-specification ways of killing people. Are you a feudal Middle Eastern dictatorship which tortures your political opponents? British Aerospace says: No problem! We just want your cash. [Site contains dark humour but it does have a very serious point.]

    Huntingdon Life Science Protest - Documentation of this international firm's violation of laws in using animals for testing.

    International Paper Hall of Shame - OSHA, EPA, and Clean Air Act Violations with pictures. From a union organizing site.

    The Gap - by Old Navy.Org - Articles and commentary regarding The GAP Store's alleged employment practices and activities affecting the environment.

    MM: The China Lobby's Campaign for Two-Way Trade with China - Article lists the 20 largest US corporations giving "soft" political money to push for China's Most Favored Nation status and admission to the WTO.

    Chevron's dirty hands - "Chevron... has admitted it paid and transported Nigerian military and police troops who shot and killed unarmed Nigerian activists peacefully protesting on one of the company's offshore oil rigs." [San Francisco Bay Guardian]

    Deadson & Wretches Symphony of Tar - Criticizes the Benson and Hedges Symphony of Fire, a promotional event held in Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver every summer.

    Staples Destroys Forests - Through paper and furniture sales, Forest Networking paper argues that this firm destroys old rain forests.

    Six Firms Added to Saipan Sweatshop Lawsuit - Levi Strauss, Calvin Klein, Brooks Brothers, Abercrombie & Fitch, The Talbots and Woolrich added to a class-action lawsuit alleging sweatshop conditions in factories in the Northern Mariana Islands.

    Critical Shareholders Organization - English version of German activist site that publishes information about firms they've found that violate human rights or basic environmental practices.

    Ten Worst Corporations of 2000 - Russell Mokhiber and Robert Weissman return with their annual list of the worst corporate citizens of the last 12 months. Mother Jones On-Line.

    Eye on Sodexho - An independent source of information about the world's largest food service company.

    Shell-Nigeria-Action Mailing List - Archive of postings to list for unmoderated sharing of information and ideas about Shell in Nigeria.

    Tobacco from Spain - A UK customer site warning of the pitfalls of purchasing cigarettes and tobacco via the Internet (particularly, from other EU countries. Links to similar sites.

    Home Depot Sucks - Opposition to the retail chain for sourcing and selling old growth lumber. Company claims they will phase out this lumber by 2002. Also has customer/employee "horror stories" and links to other anti-HD websites. - Online forums for criticisms of U.S. corporations, institutions, celebrities, and other topics. - Features news on boycott of the Fisher Family, GAP, Old Navy, and Banana Republic.

    What is Predatory Lending? - Tell explains the practice of loaning to poorer or less informed people when the likely result is an unfavorable outcome for such customers.

    Murderous U.S. Judges - Alleges that AOL Time Warner CEO Gerald M. Levin and US Federal Judge James M. Ideman conspired to murder filmmaker Gyorgy Fodor. Sign a petition to President Bush. Place a bet to win a bribe. [Note: Some disturbing photos.]

    New York City Transit - Subways, buses and general transportation in and around the city of New York.

    Advertising to Kids - Advertising Limbo - Kid Targeted Advertising with egregious examples, site by New Dream, nonprofit on money matters.

    SEEN: Help Stop Environmental and Human Rights Abuses in the Niger Delta - The SEEN organization calls for action against Shell, Royal Dutch, Mobil for helping kill Nigerian civilians.

    Apparel Industry Partnership Fact Sheet - US lawmakers say how to end sweatshop practices, but instead encourage firms to NOT disclose where their products are made.

    Committee on Commerce Tobacco Documents - Tobacco industry documents subpoenaed from the Council for Tobacco Research, Brown & Williamson, Philip Morris, RJ Reynolds Tobacco, Lorillard Tobacco, and the Tobacco Institute.

    City Gorilla - City Gorilla pretends to be about club culture, but it is a promotional site for the cigarette multi-national British American Tobacco.

    Sony Anti Environmental Efforts - A leaked document shows Sony Corp. has been monitoring environmental activists for the purpose of undercutting the pressure to reduce toxic waste from electronic manufacturing.

    Stop Wendys Misrepresentations - Wendy's, Pizza Hut, and Taco Bell have misrepresented certain items as being vegetarian.

    ACORN is Fighting Household's Predatory Lending - Campaign by Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now against by Household Finance and Beneficial for aggressively and deceptively targeting low-income communities with overpriced and abusive mortgages.

    Gap, Wal-Mart, Others and Sweatshops - Corporate Watch examines charges that large U.S. clothing retailers use slave or sweatshop labor to make extra money for themselves.

    False Advertising by The Bosley Medical Institute - 10 things you should know about The Bosley Medical Group. From Attorney General's consumer protection lawsuit, medical board violations, consumer oriented site.

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