New Amazon paradox just dropped.
Weapons and tech interests are skirting advertising rules and using Washington, D.C.’s subway system to influence policymakers.
Amazon immediately spotted an undercover reporter but missed that the bestselling ‘Release Energy’ was its drivers’ urine.
The president of Workers United writes that Starbucks is endangering its own employees and appears to even endorse a boycott of its own stores. âI am afraid,â said one worker. âMy mom doesnât want me to go to work.â
Workers have walked out from various industries such as automobile, healthcare, entertainment, hotel and airlines.
Alphabet Inc.’s Google changed its advertising auction formula in 2017, raising prices by 15% and likely making the company billions of dollars in additional revenue, according to an economist testifying for the US Justice Department in the antitrust case against the search giant.
“This is our generation’s defining moment. The money is there, the cause is righteous, the world is watching,” UAW President Fain said.
To staff their agricultural properties, Bill Gates, Rupert Murdoch, and other tycoons are using a controversial visa program linked to labor abuses and human trafficking.
A new complaint says that an Amazon confidentiality and non-compete agreement that affects employees at all U.S. locations is illegal.
The state DMV went to extreme lengths to shield Waymo from having to release any information about how it obtained permits for self-driving taxis in San Francisco.
Instead of their pay, workers are being offered a money order that must be paid back due to what USPS called a “programming issue.”
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The drivers unionized with the Teamsters in late April, and are on strike to demand that Amazon come to the bargaining table.
Dancers at a topless bar in LA are set to become the first unionized strippers in the US in a decade.
The Pentagon budget is not only outrageously oversized, some parts of it are genuinely dangerous.