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Amnesty International questioned Swedish ethical investment reality when its pension fund invests in drugs used to put people down

Sunday, 28 April 2013
The Swedish pension fund, the AP Fund has been accused of carrying our unethical investment or placement when they invest Swedish people pension money in companies that produce drugs used in killing people.

Stefan Stern joins Investor as senior advisor

Wednesday, 24 April 2013
Stefan Stern joins Investor on May 1, 2013, as a senior advisor and will focus on our long-term ownership commitment within the health care, care and education sector.

From Frying pan to Fire: Newly elected TeliaSonera board Member, Sportify founder,  avoided millions in tax

Monday, 22 April 2013
Newly elected board member of Telia-Sonera, the scandal beaten Swedish state owned telecoms company, Spotify founder, Martin Lorentzon, tends to be adding more pain to the company than the change of ethical face the company claimed to be pursuing.

Share holders of British Petroleum a.k.a. BP would be protesting against their the company and its Swedish chairman, Svanberg

Thursday, 11 April 2013
On Thursday oil giant BP will be gathering for its AGM and it can be a loaded event. Some of the company's shareholders have promised to protest against the management's salaries and Chairman Carl-Henric Svanberg.

Greedy SJ-boss forced to resign after revelation of the extent of his greediness

Monday, 08 April 2013
The boss of the Swedish rail monopoly, SJ has been forced to resign after his greedy attitude was exposed recently by Swedish television's investigative program.

Volvo CEO's there for the money as a multi-million salary package is unveiled for him

Wednesday, 13 March 2013
The CEO Swedish engineering group, AB Volvo, Olof Persson received a total of Skr13.2 million in salary last year. This shows that the new CEO is there for the money and he has not squinted at any Öre.

Former Telia CEO received over Skr20 million in pas as he left the company after scandal

Wednesday, 13 March 2013
Telia Sonera's former CEO, Lars Nyberg, was paid more than Skr22.5 million in salary and pension provision in 2012, the company's annual report, released today for the Annual General Meeting on 3 April show.

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