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Exactly Who Is Running SeaWorld Now?
Business  (tags: business, SeaWorld, marketing, usa )

Jean
- 5 days ago - thedodo.com
As revenue and attendance slip ever faster down amid a flurry of backlash, SeaWorld announced on Thursday that its CEO Jim Atchison was stepping down. With a $2.4 million severance package,
Oil Pipelines Are So Last Year, Says Wall Street Journal
Business  (tags: Keystone XL Pipeline, oil pipelines, Wall St. Journal, Transcanada, Enbridge, Kinder-Morgan, anti-pipeline fights )

Judy
- 6 days ago - grist.org
What a difference a year makes. At the end of 2013, Keystone XL looked like a done deal.
'Suicide Drones' and the Spoils of War: Israeli Arms Manufacturers Look to Cash in on the War in Gaza
Business  (tags: GazaIsrael/PalestineOccupationOn the gro, profit over people, assault-massacres on Gaza 2014, CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY, WAR CRIMES, BDS, end all US aid to Israel, terroris, IDF, drones-military, death of Gaza children-civilian )

Jess
- 6 days ago - mondoweiss.net
Three weeks after Israel's latest assault on the Gaza Strip concluded, Israeli military and political leaders attended a conference next to Ben Gurion Airport to sell the successes of what Israel dubbed Operation Protective Edge, which killed more than 2,
Chik-Fil-A Loses Dumb Battle to Kale Enthusiast
Business  (tags: abuse, americans, business, dishonesty, ethics, GoodNews, usa )

Kathy
- 6 days ago - grist.org
A small victory for sustainable food activism: A Vermont man and local agriculture advocate was able to defeat an intellectual property suit brought against him by a fast food chain.
SOCP - Press Release: Wildlife Groups Hail New EU Legislation as a Boost for Responsible Palm Oil Production
Business  (tags: Good News, business, EU, legislation, labelling, ingredients, palm oil, food packaging, responsible palm oil production, orangutans, other endangered species )

Evelyn
- 7 days ago - orangutans-sos.org
New Europe-wide legislation which comes into effect 13 Dec means that palm oil will no longer be a hidden ingredient on food packaging - a move conservation groups are hailing as a significant step forward for the protection of orangutans and other ...
How Regular People Are Fixing the International Palm-Oil Industry
Business  (tags: good news, environmentalists, international palm-oil industry, massive shift in policy, critical inflection point, change, Glenn Hurowitz, Grist, Kellogg's, Cargill, Wilmar, the Forest Trust )

Evelyn
- 7 days ago - grist.org
The palm-oil crisis isn't over, but it has reached a critical inflection point - instead of just shouting from outside the gates, the environmentalists are inside, working hand in had with business leaders who have tremendous power to drive change.
BREAKING: SeaWorld CEO Can't Take The Heat, OUT As Backlash Mounts
Business  (tags: GoodNews, SeaWorld Ceo resigns )

Jean
- 7 days ago - thedodo.com
Amid a storm of rising backlash over SeaWorld's treatment of its captive orca whales, CEO Jim Atchison is stepping down.
SeaWorld Stock Spiraling: Hits All-Time Low In Wake Of Visitor Lawsuit
Business  (tags: seaworld, business, orca abuse, law, finance )

Jean
- 7 days ago - thedodo.com
SeaWorld's financial downward spiral is continuing and only gaining steam. The company's stock (SEAS) hit the latest in a string of all-time lows on Wednesday,
It's Only Taken Us 5 Years to Forget the Single Biggest Lesson of the Financial Meltdown
Business  (tags: foreclosures, business, economy, dishonesty, corporate, consumers, corruption, society, politics, government, money, news )

Cal
- 8 days ago - motherjones.com
Yesterday the Federal Housing Finance Agency issued new underwriting guidelines that allow some home buyers to take out mortgages with down payments as small as 3 percent
Banks Fear Risk of Investment in Fossil Fuels
Business  (tags: environment, climate-change, energy, business, energy, economy, politics, society, investors, investments, money, sustainabledevelopment, world )

Cal
- 9 days ago - ecowatch.com
the Bank of England has disclosed that it is launching an inquiry into the risks fossil fuel companies pose to overall financial stability.
Unbelievable Automotive Goldmine Unearthed in France
Business  (tags: france, old cars, business, humans, money, news, society, world )

Lone
- 9 days ago - ca.autos.yahoo.com
One word comes to mind when looking at what's hidden under these dilapidated makeshift buildings in western France, and that word is "Jackpot!"
10 Right Wing Companies That Every Progressive Should Boycott
Business  (tags: abuse, business, consumers, corporate, corruption, ethics, money )

Kathy
- 10 days ago - samuel-warde.com
Now that the mid-term elections are over we will have to wait another couple years to make our voices heard through the ballot box. But in the meantime there is actually a lot that we can still do to fight right wing extremism in our every day lives.
My Whole Foods Nightmare: How a Full-Time Job There Left Me in Poverty
Business  (tags: Whole Foods, Retail, Workers, Labor, corporations, Benefits, Minimum wage, Poverty, working poor, Jobs, livable wage, Politics, News )

Brian
- 10 days ago - salon.com
Despite the corporate talk of "team" and "love," here's what working there was really like -- and why I had to quit
Central Kalimantan Railway Gets Thumbs Down From Jokowi Administration
Business  (tags: Good News, conservation, environment, humans, coal mining, Indomet, Indonesia, Central Kalimantan Railway, WALHI/Friends of the Earth Indonesia )

Evelyn
- 10 days ago - endcoal.org
The Ministry believes the rail development is contrary to government policy to encourage the use of coal for domestic interests rather than export. It also believes that the project will benefit large mining companies and not the general population
PepsiCo Global Call-in Day - HELP Save the Leuser Ecosystem
Business  (tags: Leuser ecosystem, Indonesia, Malaysia, conservation, destruction, rainforest destruction, PepsiCo, Sustainabililty, habitat destruction, palm oil )

Evelyn
- 11 days ago - endoftheicons.org
Every day bulldozers drive deeper and deeper in the last stands of rainforest in Indonesia and Malaysia. Why? To meet the ever-growing demand for Conflict Palm Oil that is used in potato chips, crackers and snack foods made by companies including PepsiCo

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