The war on Iraq has made us all painfully aware of the Pentagon's growing reliance on private companies.
Although media attention has been focused on civil violence in the Baghdad area, Iraq's vast and vulnerable network of oil pipelines and pumping stations has become a major battlefield in the ong
At the heart of the matter is a $6 billion factory built in Nigeria by Hallibuton.
Hanging with Halliburton at ReBuilding Iraq 2.
The unilateralist regime had met its match, at least on one issue.
The Bush Administration will make sure that no Grinch spoils Rupert Murdoch's holiday season.
The mega-retailer has set its sights on the urban market, but the living-wage movement is putting up a fight.
The signs all over the store proclaiming Everyday Low Prices look the
same (except that they're printed in Chinese), as do the neatly dressed
"associates" patrolling the selling floor.
In early October, Iraq's US-appointed Governing Council awarded the
country's first mobile phone licenses to three companies from the Middle
Unocal's pipeline in Burma becomes a test case in corporate responsibility.