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COM100 Presentation One

A research guide for COM100 Presentation One: Where Does My Money Go?

Sustainability/Human Rights Policies

Annual Reports

For publicly-held companies, you can check the Annual Report to Shareholders (for US companies, these reports are available to the public on their websites) for information on human rights and sustainability efforts. 

Company Websites

Search the company's website for information on human rights and sustainability efforts.

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