Shell added but Samsung loses out in 2016 Dow Jones Sustainability Indices

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Shell added but Samsung loses out in 2016 Dow Jones Sustainability Indices

Annual shake-up of DJSI sees Intel Corp, Samsung and British American Tobacco all deleted from world group

Oil giant Royal Dutch Shell and software developer Adobe have made the grade as two of the largest additions to the World Group of the annual S&P Dow Jones Sustainability Indices (DJSI). Meanwhile,...

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