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Marks & Spencer Chief Tops List Of Ethical Leaders

Ethical Corporation has selected 15 individuals from business, politics and civil society that the magazine feels has done the most for responsible business in 2007:

1. Stuart Rose, Chief executive, Marks & Spencer, UK retailer Marks & Spencer.
2. Lee Scott, Chief executive, Wal-Mart, the world’s largest retailer.
3. Patrick Cescau, Chief executive, Unilever, the consumer goods giant.
4. Anne Lauvergeon, Chairman of Areva, the French nuclear group.
5. Chris Harrop, Marketing director of Marshalls, the UK stone company.
6. Richard Ellis, Head of corporate social responsibility at Alliance-Boots.
7. Noel Purcell, General manager of stakeholder communications at Westpac.
8. Mike Clasper, Former chief executive of BAA, the UK airports operator.
9. Chris Avery, Founder of Business-humanrights.org.
10. Fiona Harvey, Environment correspondent, the Financial Times.
11. Lala Rimando, Business editor, Newsbreak Magazine in Manila, Philippines
12. Christine Loh, Founder and chief executive of Civic Exchange, an independent, non-profit public policy think-tank in
13. Neelie Kroes, European Union competition commissioner.
14. Penny Wong, Australian senator and new climate change minister.
15. Bill Clinton, Former US president.

The magazine also gave a nod to Al Gore. Read the reasoning behind the choices here.

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