Posts Tagged with "Corporate Hall of Shame"

Seems Like Chevron Can’t Take the Heat

Thursday, January 20, 2011

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Seems Like Chevron Can’t Take the Heat

Yesterday we asked you to call Chevron CEO John Watson and “congratulate” him, as it had just been announced that Chevron had been inducted into Corporate Accountability International’s “Corporate Hall of Shame.” Hundreds of folks made the call, only to discover that the phone number for Watson’s office was quickly diverted to a pre-recorded message [...]

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Congratulations to John Watson on His Shameful First Year as Chevron CEO!

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

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Congratulations to John Watson on His Shameful First Year as Chevron CEO!

Guess who just got inducted into the Corporate Hall of Shame? Well, yeah, Monsanto and BP, obviously. No one likes those guys. But Chevron is pretty darn unpopular too, what with all those billions of gallons of oil pollution that the company won’t take responsibility for still lying in the Ecuadorean Amazon and poisoning thousands [...]

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Don’t Take Our Word For It: Chevron’s “We Agree” Campaign One of 2010’s Worst

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

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Don’t Take Our Word For It: Chevron’s “We Agree” Campaign One of 2010’s Worst

Rather than take responsibility for its toxic mess in the Ecuadorean Amazon, Chevron launched a fancy new $90 million ad campaign to convince us all that the company really cares about the environment. And it might have worked, too, if it hadn’t been for those meddling activists. As you have probably seen, Chevron’s ad campaign [...]

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Vote Chevron into the 2010 Corporate Hall of Shame

Friday, August 20, 2010

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Chevron is up for a huge award this month and we need your votes (VOTE HERE)  to help them win this much-deserved award. Each year ten corporations are (dis)honored by being named as finalists in the “Corporate Hall of Shame.”  This year Corporate Accountability International has deemed Chevron worthy of their final list because of [...]

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