|MSNBC: The Abrams Report|
February 2nd, 2006
MSNBC's Abram Report interviews CorpWatch's Pratap Chatterjee about fraud involving Defense Department contractors.
|Boston Globe: Raytheon to employ retired officers
by Robert Weisman, The Boston Globe
December 10th, 2005
CorpWatch's Pratap Chatterjee comments on the hiring of retired high-ranking Army, Navy, and Air Force officers for a new line of executive jobs.
|Washington Post: Halliburton's Higher Bill|
by Griff Witte, Washington Post
July 6th, 2005
Washington Post quotes our research as source for new secret $5 billion contract with Halliburton. Our military correspondent provided the Post with military contracts that the Pentagon refused to release.
|New York Newsday: Working in a war zone|
by Patricia Kitchen, Newsday
February 13th, 2005
In an article about job recruiting and conditions for military contractors in Iraq, CorpWatch explains how people will often contact CorpWatch, looking to get hired by these firms.
|Wall Street Journal: Corporate Relations|
by Carl Bialik, Wall Street Journal
August 31st, 2004
The Wall Street Journal reports on Pratap Chatterjee covering the Republican National Convention for CorpWatch and Democracy Now.
|Business Week: Philanthropy 2003: The Corporate Donors|
by Michelle Conlin and Jessi Hempel, with Joshua Tanzer and David Polek,, Business Week
December 1st, 2003
CorpWatch's Pratap Chatterjee is quoted in a Business Week article about Freeport McMoRan's "greenwash" of its environmentally destructive gold mine in Indonesia
|CHILE: Bachelet asiste hoy a cena auspiciada por Barrick Gold en Nueva York|
by Claudia Urquieta, El Mostrador
September 23rd, 2009
El hecho contrasta con la postura adoptada por Al Gore, quien rehusó participar en un seminario sobre Cambio Climático en Chile el 2007 si la minera impulsora del polémico proyecto Pascua Lama actuaba como sponsor. Organizaciones norteamericanas cuestionan la asistencia de la Presidencia y aseguran que esta va en dirección contraria a la línea de protección social impulsada por la mandataria.
|Calls grow for a new model for global trade|
by Robert Weisman, Boston Globe
October 9th, 2008
Now come the second thoughts on globalization, as never before have world markets been so integrated. The current financial crisis could mark the start of an effort to overhaul the global financial system conceived at the 1944 summit in Bretton Woods, N.H., which set the rules of international commerce for industrial countries.