Corporate Accountability International supporters and allies forced hospital giant Columbia/HCA to alter policies and practices that put profits ahead of patient care.
Waste Management significantly reduced lobbying and campaign contributions after being inducted into the organization's Corporate Hall of Shame in 1996 for manipulating public policy at the expense of the environment and people’s health.
In 1986, we launched the GE Boycott, ultimately compelling the corporation to stop manufacturing nuclear weapons.
"Deadly Deception" won an Academy Award for Best Documentary, exposing GE's role in the nuclear-weapons industry and bringing word of the GE Boycott to more than one billion TV viewers worldwide.
In 1984, we compelled Nestlé to agree to sweeping reforms in its marketing of infant formula, helping curb its deadly human toll.