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AstraZeneca: six scandals to remember

[Content warning: suicide, mental health] AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine has not turned

ENKA: key facts about the Turkish megacorp behind the Rioni Valley dams

See also: article here on the struggle against the Rioni valley

Pfizer: six scandals to remember

Pfizer is likely to make huge profits from its COVID-19 vaccine

The Fur Industry: a corporate overview

Fur production is banned in the UK, and the industry has

Vaccinating Capitalism: corporate pharma raids the commons and leaves the root causes untreated

by David Whyte Telling the story of the search for the

Vaccine Capitalism: a run-down of the huge profits being made from COVID-19 vaccines

Pharmaceutical companies and their bosses and shareholders stand to make billions

Evelop / Barceló Group: deportation planes from Spain

The Barceló Group is a leading Spanish travel and hotel company

The two sides of TUI: crisis-hit holiday giant turned deportation specialist

2020 was a rough year for the tourism industry, with businesses

MSC: a profile of one of Europe’s worst polluters

The European Network of Corporate Observatories, of which Corporate Watch is

#CoronaCapitalism: six ways capitalism spreads the crisis

Are people sunbathing in parks the real villains of the corona

#CoronaCapitalism: companies cashing in part 2 — Airline bailouts, Travelodge, Blackstone, Goldman Sachs, Wren Kitchens …

Here’s a second news round-up of some corporate corona crisis activity,

Corona Capitalism: some of the companies cashing in on the crisis, from Bezos to Big Pharma ..

Big Pharma; Crispin Odey; Amazon; Deliveroo; Balfour Beatty; Britannia Hotels; Marshall

Wreckers of the Earth: a map of ecocidal capitalism in London

“The earth is not dying, it is being killed, and those

Wreckers of the Earth: London company directory

Our new “Wreckers of the Earth” map of London identifies planet-killing

The role of British universities in supporting Israel’s demolitions of Palestinian Homes

By Tom Anderson Palestinians are calling for people internationally to take