Gig Economy & Retail Stores

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People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals
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For the past three years, PETA has attempted to have a dialogue with eBay, Inc., officials about the company's permissive policies regarding the auctioning of live animals, animal parts, and various other animal-related items. Sadly, eBay Web sites haven't stopped facilitating the suffering, torture, and death of animals and related crimes. "Items" recently for sale on eBay include the following: Read More
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Mother Jones Magazine
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At the world's largest and most profitable retailer, low wages, unpaid overtime, and union busting are a way of life. Now Wal-Mart workers are fighting back. Read More
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Reuters
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BERLIN - No more Coca-Cola or Budweiser, no Marlboro, no American whiskey or even American Express cards -- a growing number of restaurants in Germany are taking everything American off their menus to protest the war in Iraq. Read More
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Reuters
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A US interest group on Tuesday sharply criticized the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry's new partnership with soft-drink giant Coca-Cola, saying the deal will make the dental group a "captive" of Coke. Read More
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The Recorder
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Three overseas sweatshop lawsuits involving dozens of the United States' largest retailers and a 30,000-member class of garment workers have settled for $20 million. Read More
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FoxNews.com
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WASHINGTON -- So you have a secret craving for Little Debbie peanut butter bars and a penchant for Kendall-Jackson merlot? While that customer loyalty card at the supermarket might perceivably save you a few pennies at the checkout counter, your buying habits could end up in the hands of government agents. Read More
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