Starbucks scandal could force tax onto CSR agendas
Starbucks has gone to great pains to boost its corporate social responsibility (CSR) credentials by trumpeting fair trade products and environmentally sustainable practices, but after a scandal over the amount of tax it pays in the UK sullied its reputation, other companies may look to avoid its mistake by placing tax at the heart of their CSR agendas.
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