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Petco Will Stop Selling ‘Shock’ Collars

Effort comes as part of broader health and wellness push

Nordstrom’s Treasure & Bond Partners With Nonprofits

Nordstrom’s Treasure & Bond Partners With Nonprofits

Treasure & Bond donates portion of net sales to community groups

Retailers increase efforts to protect the environment

REI moves away from a single HQ in favor of multiple locations

Will launch 5 pillars of sustainability initiative

Aunt Jemima

Major CPG company's are eliminating brand icons with negative racial connotations

Target Will Give Juneteenth Holiday Pay to Workers

Stores will remain open but HQ will close on Friday

It is common for retailers to make bold pronouncements about the importance of and demonstrate a commitment to diversity and gender equality.

Ambitious sustainability goals Walmart revealed in late 2005 were dismissed by some at the time as a publicity stunt on the part of a company looking to bolster its reputation.

The battle against climate change is giving retailers and suppliers a competitive advantage.

The health and wellness team at Sam’s Club is receiving acclaim from the Marine Stewardship Council for offering members a choice to minimize their impact on the world’s oceans. Sam’s Club and the Health and Wellness Team received the Marine Stewardship Council’s “US Ocean Champion” award for th

Forty-three retail and consumer goods companies were among the 609 companies to receive a perfect score on 2018 Corporate Equality Index. The Index is compiled by the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Foundation and each year for the past 16 years the group assigns a percentage score to those companie

Sustainable seafood innovator Alaskan Leader Seafoods recently won several awards for product quality earning the company a big fan in Texas-based H-E-B.

Attendees of Super Bowl LII will generate an estimated 40 tons of waste, but it won't be going to landfills.

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