Tag: multinationals

Civic Awesome: Open Data in the News for the Week of August 10, 2015

Cities take top honors this week: Berkeley launches an open data portal, Mesa gets on board the What Works Cities initiative, and NYC grabs the spotlight again. Globally, can open data shed light on the multinationals? Live! Berkeley’s New Open

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Open data can unravel the complex dealings of multinationals

  Brett Scott in The Guardian: “…Just like we have complementary currencies to address shortcomings in national monetary systems, we now need to encourage an alternative accounting sector to address shortcomings in global accounting systems. So what might this look like? We

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Open data can unravel the complex dealings of multinationals

Groups like OpenOil and Sourcemap could be the beginnings of an alternative accounting system that helps investors make sense of global businesses If you are a socially conscious investor trying to build a holistic picture of BP’s operations, where do

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