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Like Google, a search should return the most relevant information first. Also like Google, putting search terms with more than one word in inverted commas will search for just this phrase. Searching for parts of words will return whole words. Therefore, if you are unsure of the spelling of a word it may be worth using part of a word.
For example, a search for 'Nestl' returns more Nestl� companies than a search for 'Nestle'.
We abbreviate company names without full stops (BP and not B.P) and use '&' instead of 'and' (Procter & Gamble).

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If you can find no information on a particular company and have tried typing the company name into the stories search too, it is likely that we hold no data on the company in question. This means that its ethical rating is likely to be OK, but may be worth further research (see Research and Ratings). Click here for more help on searching.

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