The company says it's launching an investigation after a disturbing documentary about its practices.
The issue has received increasing attention in recent years with exposes in sectors as diverse as fishing, mining and textiles.
Again, because of the lack of legal oversight, it is up to the consumer to learn which certifications are meaningful. Here
BUSAN, South Korea (AP) — The 14-year-old boy in the black school jacket stared at his sneakers, his heart pounding, as the
President Barack Obama signed a law prohibiting imports of forced labor-produced goods.
During mad dashes toward the future, inevitably, pockets of a nearly forgotten past emerge to make themselves known, lest they completely fade into obscurity.
When I had no safety at home, when food was scarce and my life seemed impossibly violent and out of control, you became President. You instilled a belief in me that moral leadership will win.
So that happened. On this week's podcast, we discuss how and why FIFA officials were arrested on an array of corruption charges
The amendment passed the committee 22-4, with Sens. Hatch, Tim Scott (R-S.C.), Johnny Isakson (R-Ga.) and Mike Enzi (R-Wyo
I am convinced that big corporations are the key players in the fight against slavery. Today, if you compare state GDP to net profits, global corporations are bigger and more powerful than many nation states. They certainly have the ability to implement changes in their production chains very quickly if needed.