Protesters, including Timothy Cardinal Dolan, gathered to support the Farmworkers Fair Labor Practices Act.
I consider myself a mostly functional adult. I have a job. I attend graduate courses and write papers about academic things. I pay bills and stuff. I'm a good friend and a good kid to my parents. I'm a fairly upbeat person. I don't like to be sad, I don't cry a lot, and some people even think I'm funny. Why, oh, why, then am I obsessed with reading the angstiest fanfiction ever?
I had thought the vetting process for The Bachelor and The Bachelorette was fairly rigorous. That's how former contestant Andi Dorfman describes it in her new book, anyway. The season 10 Bachelorette said she was required to fill out...Show More Summary
Demanding that the rich pay their fair share in taxes is part of the age-old Democrat Party playbook that uses class warfare to acquire and hold power.
Share your plan to save your money If you feel the Canadian wireless market doesn't treat customers fairly, that's understandable. To get a good experience, you have to pay more than practically any country in the developed market. But...Show More Summary
The Department of Labor's recently announced revisions to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) will make more than 4 million currently exempt U.S. workers eligible for overtime pay, unless their salaries are raised. Among them are an estimated 37,000 to 40,000 junior scientists who have emerged as critical players in modern biomedical research. Show More Summary
Artist advocacy group Working Artists and the Greater Economy (W.A.G.E.), is calling for the New Museum to receive certification to ensure all its artists earn fair pay as the building plans for expansion, funded by an ongoing $80 million capital campaign.
Residents wonder whether Silicon Valley’s tech giants are paying their fair share to save the local environment.
The journalists at Good Morning America have repeatedly ignored or downplayed Hillary Clinton’s multiple scandals. Co-host George Stephanopoulos even secretly donated $75,000 to the Clinton Foundation. But now with the Republican primaries effectively over and Donald Trump the presumptive nominee, the show’s reporters are focusing in on the businessman’s taxes.
While I’ve leveled a fair amount of criticisms at Grimm over the course of this season, something that I acknowledge is that the show is subject to many of those criticisms by the nature of its format. At its heart Grimm is still a network...Show More Summary
British designer, Margaret Howell, has been a big fan of Anglepoise’s lamps over the years, extolling the virtues of the brand’s lighting and giving it a fair share of good press. Now, the lighting manufacturer is set to pay tribute to Howell by inviting her to add her own unique touch to its products. The designer […]
We don't expect animals to understand human "inventions" like economics (or pay scale, income inequality, or fairness). Surprisingly, they do. This quick video showcases the emotional reaction of one Capuchin monkey when confronted with unequal pay for equal work. In...
In professions like modeling its not uncommon for models to be expected to work for no moneyand this shadowy economy is anything but fair.
Mazel tov to Justin Bieber for paying someone to come at his face with a buzzing tattoo machine. The once-squeaky clean pop star has joined what used to be a fairly exclusive club, the facially tattooed, judging by a particularly emo Instagram selfie. And just in time for Mother's day!US ... More »
By Nellie Bowles, The Guardian Barry Chang is stuck between Apple on one side not paying for his infrastructure proposal and frustrated citizens on the other who see their roads too crowded The last time the mayor of Cupertino walked into Apple — the largest company in his small Californian...
Los Angeles Times, When It Comes to Paying Taxes, California Is Bernie Sanders' Kind of State: Bernie Sanders wags his finger and shouts that the richest 1% should pay their fair share. No one can argue they aren’t already in California, at least in state taxes. In fact, they’re forking...
It’s also about organizational transparency.
When I travel abroad, I always get cash by visiting a local ATM. Yes, you might pay a fee of a couple of dollars (though in some cases banks even reimburse clients for those fees), but at least you're getting the fair exchange rate.Show More Summary
'Employees at the Trump International Hotel Las Vegas make $3 less on average than the rest of the workers on the strip. In December 2015, the workers voted to form a union, but hotel management has refused to negotiate their contract. Two workers share their experience of working at the presidential hopeful’s hotel.' -- +The Guardian
Last month, Alaska Air announced its plans to acquire Virgin America for $57 per share in cash. Apart from paying cash, the Seattle-based airline will assume Virgin America’s long-term debt and capitalized aircraft operating leases worth $1.4 billion, making the aggregate transaction value $4 billion. The primary objective of the deal is to expand Alaska […]