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Does Disney pay its fair share? Yes

A few weeks ago, the Los Angeles Times published a hit piece on Disneyland predicated on a misguided question: Is Disney paying its fair share in Anaheim? While the story raises some provocative questions about deals made between Disneyland and the city, the article had a seemingly predetermined narrative. Given Disneyland and Anaheim are in […]

The IMF says the super-wealthy aren't paying their fair share of taxes — and there could be terrible consequences

Go ahead, tax the rich, they can afford it. That's the message from a new International Monetary Fund report that also finds inequality hampers long-run economic growth. The analysis details just how much less progressive tax systems...Show More Summary

Paying Your Fair Share: A Brief Guide to Paying Taxes as a Freelancer

If you’re currently in the process of moving from a full-time job into becoming a freelancer, you’re probably experiencing changes in every aspect of your life. The way you file taxes is also changing. Instead of having taxes deducted from your income, you now must navigate paying taxes as a business owner. Show More Summary

Patagonia Pays Premium to Add Two Top-Selling Products to Fair Trade Certified Line

Clothing brand Patagonia announced that two of its best-selling lines, Better Sweater and Synchilla Snap-T, are now Fair Trade Certified apparel. With the addition of these two lines, 38% of Patagonia's product line is now The post Patagonia Pays Premium to Add Two Top-Selling Products to Fair Trade Certified Line appeared first on Environmental Leader.

Don’t miss Founder’s Day Fair Oct. 7 at the Aliso Viejo Ranch

Our city is gearing up for its annual Founder’s Day Fair on Saturday, Oct. 7 from noon to 5 p.m. at the Aliso Viejo Ranch at 100 Park Avenue. This is one of my favorite events of the year because it pays homage to our city’s history and heritage and gives our community a taste […]

Enough Already with 'Pay Your Fair Share'

The "pay your fair share" canard is dragged out of the Democrat broom closet any time a Republican dares to propose tax cuts.

Real estate team to pay $46K for racial discrimination

A real estate team in Jackson, Mississippi, steered white homebuyers away from predominantly black neighborhoods while neglecting African American homebuyers, an investigation by the National Fair Housing Alliance (NFHA) found. ...

Is Anaheim getting a fair deal from the Disneyland Resort?

By Robert Niles: Is Disney paying its fair share to the Anaheim community? That's the question the Los Angeles Times raises in a two-part series it ran this week. [Part One and Part Two] Of course, to answer that question, you have to start by defining what "fair" is. Show More Summary

Research finds large pay disparities can be regarded as fair, with proper motivational orientation

New research from Tae-Youn Park invokes regulatory focus theory to discussions on pay disparity and fairness issues

Loss Of Fair Pay And Why We Should All Write Rock Operas [David Lowery]

Here we look at how the legal action (and inaction) by those in the federal government and the Department of Justice in particular has it challenging for songwriters to be paid fairly for their time time spent producing anything other than a dramatic musical. _____________________________ Guest post by David Lowery...

Doesn't Anyone Care About Budget Deficits? The Fed Sells Off Assets

It is more than a bit bizarre that no one seems to pay any attention to the budgetary implications of the Fed's decision to start selling off its assets. The impact is potentially fairly large in the scheme of things, possibly as much as $600 billion over the next decade. Show More Summary

Aldi continues its hiring blitz this Thursday with job fairs at Florida stores

If you walk into any Aldi in Florida on Thursday, Sept. 21, there’s a chance you could walk away with a job that pays as much as $59,000 a year. Aldi Is Filling a Variety of Jobs All Across Florida Here’s How to Snag a Job At Your Local Florida Aldi Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments

Check Out This Justice League Nod To Superman: The Movie

While the DCEU is still fairly new, DC Comics has a long tradition of bringing their popular characters to the screen. Now, it appears the next film in the franchise will pay homage to one of the first.

Fairness and Justice in the Fight for Equal Pay

Readers of the blog site certainly went to town over the suggestion from a cowardly anonymous source that low paid workers should 'feel the Council's pain' over equal pay - here's what they had to say yesterday: The unions and GCC were...Show More Summary

Fairness and Justice in the Fight for Equal Pay

The Herald published a curious article yesterday following the announcement that Glasgow City Council had sought leave to appeal the Court of Session judgement that its WPBR pay arrangements are 'unfit for purpose'. The part that jumped...Show More Summary

Brussels Airlines : la fièvre des icônes belges !

Quelle meilleure ambassadrice d’un pays que la compagnie aérienne qui porte son drapeau ? Surtout lorsqu’il s’agit de faire découvrir aux voyageurs les us et coutumes de celui-ci. Brussels Airlines l’a bien compris et la compagnie nationale s’attache à promouvoir ce qui se fait de mieux en Belgique aussi bien au sol qu’à bord de ses appareils. Show More Summary

This New App Thinks Clean, Accessible Public Bathrooms Are Worth Paying For

Got a bathroom emergency brewing in the big city? Sometimes you don’t have many options — most places (fairly enough) reserve their bathrooms for customers, plenty others don’t have any at all, and it’s hard to tell which is which when you’re on the street and desperately looking. Show More Summary

Pittsburgh’s Transformation Sparks Criticism About ‘Nonprofit Industrial Complex’

Much of Pittsburgh’s success and quality of life is due to local NGOs and foundations, which of course showcase names such as Mellon, Carnegie and Heinz. But many of these nonprofits are not paying their fair share of taxes and lack transparency, say some critics.

Fair Game: Consumers, but Not Executives, May Pay for Equifax Failings

Compensation for top officials has included no accountability for legal costs, which could be substantial after the company’s huge data breach.

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