Ethical Trade

Banks at the time of ‘make or break’ – Markets Media

Banks are at a crossroads, according to the Deloitte Center for Financial Services, as digital assets will revolutionize the way money is created, transferred, stored and held. Deloitte stated in its Banking and Capital Markets Outlook 2022 that more than a tenth of Americans bought or traded cryptocurrency between June …

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3 cheap stocks I would buy now for extra passive income!

As an older investor, I like to watch my cash dividends come in. Additionally, as one investor put it: “The beauty of dividends is that you get paid whether the market is going up or not.” Also, in this age of ultra-low interest rates, I see dividends as a great …

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Harrods department store gives misleading information on fur sourcing

Humane Society International / UK recently revealed the many misleading claims made by sales staff at Harrods department stores about where and how their fur came from. Courtesy of HSI / UK Staff have told HSI undercover customers that the fur used in Harrods brands is humane and ethical. They …

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Tesla Vegan Leather Seats – How Not To Destroy The Rainforest

I haven’t eaten red meat since 1980, but for a long time I rationalized wearing leather shoes, boots and coats. I thought that instead of wasting, I was using the animal farming by-products already produced for consumption. After reading the recent New York Times presentation – produced in partnership with …

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Inside hellish fur farms where animals suffer to make fashion items for Britain’s best shops

Exclusive: A secret Mirror investigation into a farm in Finland found arctic foxes with deformed feet and diseased eyes in small cages – the fur is used to make items sold at stores such as Harrods, Harvey Nichols and Flannels Nada Farhoud joined a secret investigation at a fur farm …

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4th Directors’ Week Celebrations – Stakeholders Decide to Stand Up for Good Corporate Governance

The Institute Directors Ghana called on its stakeholders to rally their support for the Directors’ Bill currently under consideration by the Ministry of Education to ensure the bill is passed successfully. According to Rockson Dogbegah, president of IOD Ghana, the bill, when passed, will ensure ethical standards for good business …

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What’s the next step for AI in the public sector?

PHOTO: ElevenPhotographies | unsplash We’ve all heard how almost any organization, of any size, anywhere, can leverage artificial intelligence (AI) to increase productivity and revenue. Teachers can modify course material to meet students’ learning needs, insurers can increase capacity and reduce fraudulent claims, utilities can predict equipment downtime and prevent …

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Why Millennials Are New Zealand’s Best Used Buyers

We’re trying to get out of the climate crisis, according to new data from Trade Me, and it’s all happening online. The online auction company’s 2021 second-hand economy report, based on sales figures and a survey of 4,403 customers, shows that we have a “thriving second-hand economy, with millions of …

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Latest updates: Asian stocks advance after mixed day in US

Computerized hedge fund group AQR Capital Management will remove five partners from its ranks and cut its bond arm, continuing to scale back operations after several lean years for many systematic trading strategies. The $ 137 billion investment group led by Clifford Asness has pioneered ‘quantitative’ investing strategies that attempt …

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