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Nation's Second Largest Privately Owned Truckload Carrier Signs With Source Intelligence

U.S Xpress Awards Source Intelligence With MSDS Compliance Contract

Chattanooga, TN, December 1, 2013 /3BL Media/ - U.S. Xpress Enterprises, Inc. is the latest global brand to entrust Source Intelligence® to take-on their material safety data sheet management requirement under the Occupational Health and Safety Administration’s (OSHA) 29 CFR 1910.1200 standard (HazCom 2012) and, where applicable, the current standard (HazCom 1994).

Source Intelligence Unveils New Platform to Support Foreign Corrupt Practices Compliance


In 2013 the SEC has issued $468 Million in fines for violations with theForeign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) to date.  Moving into 2014 enforcement of the FCPA will continue to be a high priority area for the SEC.  This financial wake up call which comes on the heels of Wal-Mart’s high profile Mexican bribery case has the worlds most recognized multi-billion dollar companies seeking better visibility into activities at the agent, subsidiary and/or supplier level.  

This Black Friday, Patagonia Invites You to Celebrate the Stuff You Already Own


Socially conscious outdoor apparel company Patagonia has made its feelings about mass consumption clear in a number of ways — last month, it launched its Responsible Economy campaign, which calls on consumers and businesses alike to rethink disposability for more effective resource allocation; its Common Thre

A Dialogue with Gretchen Hancock of GE on Science-Based Sustainability Goal-Setting (Part 2)


In part one of this dialogue, #NewMetrics channel co-curator Bill Baue and Judy Sandford, Senior Strategist for Sustainability Communications at Addison, discussed GE's approach to accountability for, and reporting on, its worldwide carbon footprint with GE's Resource Optimization Manager, Gretchen Hancock.

Jordan Groves: Build Vs Buy

Jordan Groves' presentation from Source Intelligence's Virtual Symposium

In preparation for their December 4th webinar on conflict minerals filing challenges, Source Intelligence is releasing an excerpt from their virtual conflict minerals symposium.  The presentation by Jordan Groves is entitled, "Build Vs Buy" and discusses the pros and cons of self reporting vs hiring outside help to file a conflict minerals report.

As an incentive for companies that attend the upcoming webinar, a link to a new white paper about the subject of building vs buying will also be distributed.

Chris Grove: The Upper Fir Tantalum and Niobium Deposit

Chris Grove's Presentation from Source Intelligence's Conflict Minerals Virtual Symposium
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Christopher Grove is a Director at Commerce Resources Corp.,and has been instrumental in raising over $65 Million for the company since 2004. He maintains extensive contacts in the global investment community and has significant experience on the boards of several mineral exploration companies prior to joining the board of Commerce Resources Corp.

Recycled Crates Yield a Cornucopia of Thanksgiving Goodies


Families across the U.S. will come together tomorrow to spend time with loved ones, give thanks and, of course, eat delicious food. Squash, potatoes (sweet and mashed), corn, turnips, green beans and other staple holiday dishes will crowd dinner tables in plenty on Thanksgiving.

For Detroit residents, some of those veggies may very well have grown from GM’s waste reduction efforts – literally.

Conflict-Free Tin Earns Twice The Price


Tin-mining companies that are certified as conflict-free are reported to be receiving double the price for their ore compared to those who are uncertified. Mines in participation of the “bag and tag” certification are earning $4/kg for tin compared to $2/kg for non certified.  But only about 10% of the of the mines in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) are currently in the traceability system and being accepted as conflict-free.

Every Holiday Tradition Begins with a Farmer

Follow the Story of Pumpkin Pie from Seed to Plate
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For many families, the pumpkin pie is a frequent dessert at the dinner table during the crisp autumn and early winter months. But it's not often that we remember the beloved tradition of sharing that warm spiced pie with our loved ones begins with a farmer.

Let's follow the story back from pumpkin pie on our plate to the seed planted in the field months prior...


GM China Has Birds-Eye View of Wetland Preservation


Wetlands are important to birds.

Used as a place to breed, nest, and rear their young, wetlands are also vital to the avian population when it comes to resting,  seeking shelter, or just engaging in social interaction with their feathered friends.

And since birds are sort of a big deal when it comes to keeping the planet balanced, it’s in our best interest to ensure they have somewhere to rest on their long journeys.


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