COMPANIES once linked to "unethical practices" deserve a second chance to be included in ethical funds, according to the 10th anniversary edition of the Standard Life ethical investor survey.
The survey found 75pc of respondents believed a company which has acted unethically needed to show it had ceased activity for at least three years before it would be acceptable. The survey examined...
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