Dial (owner of Coast)

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• Dial produces and markets personal care items, laundry products, air fresheners, and food products.

• Dial has been implicated in cases of widespread sexual discrimination and harassment, as well as animal testing.

• The United States Environmental Protection Agency fined Dial Corporation for failing to report its export of restricted chemicals.

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About Dial


Dial may be best-known for its soap, but it also has four product segments: personal care products, laundry products, air fresheners and food products. In 2003, Dial reported 2,500 employees and $1.3 billion in revenue. In 2004 Dial became a subsidiary of Henkel KGaA. In 2006, Dial purchased Right Guard, Soft & Dri and Dry Idea from Procter & Gamble.

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Contact Dial


Dial
Scottsdale, AZ 85260-1619 USA

Phone: 480-754-3425

Web: www.dialcorp.com

Alerts

Environment

In 2003, the United States Environmental Protection Agency fined Dial Corporation for failing to report its export of sodium nitri…

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In 2003, the United States Environmental Protection Agency fined Dial Corporation for failing to report its export of sodium nitrite and ethyl acetate, which are restricted chemicals under the EPA. Law requires that restricted chemicals be reported to the EPA prior to leaving the country.

-- Environmental Protection Agency, 06/05/2003

Source URL: yosemite.epa.gov/opa/admpress.nsf/0/2341959ED9795E4A852570D8005E154A


Ethics and Governance

In 2001, Chairman, President, and CEO Herbert Baum made $5,379,226 in total compensation including stock option grants from Dial C…

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In 2001, Chairman, President, and CEO Herbert Baum made $5,379,226 in total compensation including stock option grants from Dial Corporation. He has another $2,838,086 in unexercised stock options from previous years.

-- AFL-CIO, 06/11/2007

Source URL: www.aflcio.org/cgi-bin/aflcio.pl?Company=Dial&Page=1


In April 2003 Dial agreed to pay $10 million to settle a class-action sexual harassment lawsuit brought by 90 female employees at…

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In April 2003 Dial agreed to pay $10 million to settle a class-action sexual harassment lawsuit brought by 90 female employees at the company's Aurora, Illinois plant. The suit alleged that the women were subjected to "comments and conduct of a sexual nature" including male co-workers touching their breasts and buttocks and exposing themselves to the women. Dial admitted no wrongdoing, but agreed to the settlement and to let monitors into its soap plant.

-- Chicago Tribune, 05/11/2003

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