Corporate Reputation Takes centre stage at Reputation Time 2016 – What We Learned From Transformers

The ReputationTime conference took place in Paris on 11 March dedicated to the ‘Transformers’: individuals, activists, nongovernmental associations but also outstanding companies who are conscious about the meaning of their actions and get inspired by the expectations of the communities surrounding them. They manage to have an impact on society and make change happen. The…

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Media Matters – The Role of Media in European Competition Cases

DG Competition is the executive arm of the European Commission responsible for overseeing mergers, cartels and State Aid within the EU, the world’s largest single trading bloc. This makes its Commissioner one of the few in Brussels who has real power across the Union and at Member State level. Its current incumbent, Margrethe Vestager, has…

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First steps taken but still a long way to go to tackle antimicrobial resistance

Last week, the European Parliament adopted its report on veterinary medicinal products advocating for the banning of collective and preventive antibiotic treatment of animals. The vote represents an important step in the fight against antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in Europe and Commissioner Andriukaitis strongly welcomed the EP report and the good work of Rapporteur, Mrs Grossetête.…

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