Val Lawless/Shutterstock By Karen E. Klein Recently the inbox for Bloomberg BusinessWeek's Smart Answers column has been filled with questions that show how much confusion remains about the Affordable Care Act among small-business owners. Show More Summary
Getty Images/Hero Images By Karen E. Klein Ask business owners about open offices and you'll hear dreamy musings about plant-covered walls, Ping-Pong tables, natural light and work-jamming. What you don't hear so much in the breathless...Show More Summary
Getty Images By Karen E. Klein It's tax time: The corporate tax filing deadline is March 17 this year; individual tax returns are due next month. What to do first? Take a deep breath. That's what tax accountant Scott F. Berger, principal...Show More Summary
By Karen E. Klein, Bloomberg Businessweek Rhea Lana Riner, the Arkansas franchisor who has tangled publicly with regulators over her use of volunteers to help run her children’s consignment business, has turned the tables on the government. Show More Summary
According to the signs posted at Yeah Yeah Yeahs shows, Nick, Brian, and Karen are highly against people filming while YYYs music is being played. Of course, those are live show rules, and certainly don’t apply if the man doing the filming is internationally acclaimed director David Fincher, who re-teams with his Girl With The [...]
Post by Jeanne Sager How's this for a blast from the past? Remember Karen Klein, the bullied bus monitor from upstate New York who was captured on video as middle school students brought her to tears? One year after the video of herShow More Summary
Bullied bus monitor Karen Klein is keeping it real with the $700,000 in public donations that she received after a video of a group of seventh grade boys verbally assaulting her went viral a year ago. The generous fundraising effort, spearheaded by 25-year-old Canadian Max Sidorov, meant that the 68-year-old woman could finally retire and... Show More Summary
Bullied bus monitor Karen Klein tugged heartstrings across the world when video of the elderly woman being relentlessly verbally abused by a group of seventh grade boys went viral — and people all over the globe generously donated to a fund to improve the woman’s life. Show More Summary
Karen Klein is successfully retired. Other than that, her life hasn't changed much.
This is the question recently posed by Slate’s Seth Stevenson in reference to the case of Karen Klein, the bullied bus monitor in upstate New York. Students called her horrible names and brought her to tears. When video of her torment...Show More Summary
Max Sidorov’s campaign to give a bullied bus monitor Karen Klein a vacation, sparked by a distressing YouTube video, raised $700,000 last year. In response, Seth Stevenson worries that the internet is misdirecting charitable donations: Charities have always used poignant, individual stories to play on people’s emotions and open up their wallets. But the idea was that you should [...]
Seth Stevenson has a problem with the fact that the Internet raised $703,168 for Karen Klein, the bullied bus monitor.
My sincere thanks to commentor Karen Marie!
Don't mess with Grandma. That was the message that was sent loud and clear by Karen Klein, the 68-year-old school bus monitor who was brutally bullied by a nasty pack of teenagers last June.
Following the Bullying Video Seen Around the World, maligned school bus monitor Karen Klein is turning her torment into good, founding an anti-bullying charity. Making the School Bus Monitor Cry After the verbal attack she endured from...Show More Summary
First we had the abusive, hateful kids, then the massive outpouring of kindness and generosity, then the kids’ expression of regret and finally, Greece, N.Y., bus monitor Karen Klein’s statement that she “feels sorry” for the kids who abused her. Read full article >>
When a video of a bullied bus monitor went viral earlier this year, Max Sidorov decided to start a charity campaign to send the woman on a nice vacation. Well, Karen Klein can spend the rest of her live on vacation now that she’s received a $703,833 check. The Edmonton Journal reports that Sidorov started [...]
Is there anything more heartwarming than seeing a gigantic novelty check get handed over to someone who deserves it? We
By Radar Staff Bus monitor Karen Klein, the 68-year-old victim in a horrific June viral video showing four middle school students in Greece, New York bullying her, was given a $703,000 check Tuesday in Toronto, Canada by the organizer...Show More Summary
Karen Klein gets her happy ending.