Corporate Europe Observatory

Exposing the power of corporate lobbying in the EU

Media

Here you can find all our press releases, as well as some examples of media coverage of CEO’s work.

For media inquiries, please contact:
Ester Arauzo – media(at)corporateeurope(dot)org
Tel: +32 - (0)2 - 893 0930

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Sie war eine führende Strippenzieherin für Finanzregulierung in Europa, nun wechselt Sharon Bowles in die Finanzwirtschaft. Der Fall zeigt erneut: Viele Brüsseler Entscheider kennen keine Skrupel.

Im Internet hat Sharon Bowles ihr altes Politikerleben für beendet erklärt.

Transparency groups are urging Jean-Claude Juncker to reject Britain’s EU commission-designate Jonathan Hopkin Hill over his ties to lobbying and lobbyists in Brussels.

The British conservative nominee was introduced to Juncker, the next EU commission president, by prime minister David Cameron in Brussels early Thursday (17 July).

A handful of former EU officials and an outgoing top MEP have landed jobs in industry sectors that they legislated on.

The cases highlight what pro-transparency experts describe as a "revolving door" where policy-makers are hired to work for private companies with a vested interest in EU-level legislation.

Last October, two consultancy firms hired Joao Pacheco. Pacheco was at that time the European Commission’s deputy director of agriculture.

A handful of former EU officials and an outgoing top MEP have landed jobs in industry sectors that they legislated on.

The cases highlight what pro-transparency experts describe as a "revolving door" where policy-makers are hired to work for private companies with a vested interest in EU-level legislation.

Last October, two consultancy firms hired Joao Pacheco. Pacheco was at that time the European Commission’s deputy director of agriculture.

 
CEO is looking for an experienced, creative and dynamic media outreach coordinator. The position is permanent and based in Brussels. Deadline to apply: Tuesday September 23rd 2014
Here are some examples of the blurry line between private business and public office that have characterised the Spanish nominee for the Climate Action and Energy Commissioner Arias Cañete’s career.
In the run-up to the European parliament hearings with the commissioners-designate, Corporate Europe Observatory (CEO) shows how the candidates from Portugal, Latvia and the Czech Republic have serious questions to answer regarding possible conflicts of interest and their recent career or political backgrounds.
This must-watch film is now online. The film shows how corporations and actors within the Commission are teaming up to demolish a major piece of public health legislation.

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