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How YouâEUR(TM)re Saving the World By Eating Ben & Jerry's (Really)
Business  (tags: ice cream, employment, convicts, homeless, second chances, good deeds, jobs, Ben and Jerry's )

Freya
- 1 day ago - yahoo.com
In all likelihood, youâEUR(TM)ve probably tasted Greyston Bakery brownies before. That is, if youâEUR(TM)ve ever dug into Ben & JerryâEUR(TM)s flavors such as Chocolate Fudge Brownie, Half Baked, or the ice cream juggernautâEUR(TM)s latest limited-time offering.
Tell Senate Democrats: DonâEUR(TM)t Let the Republicans Gut Wall Street Reform
Business  (tags: Wall Street, petitions, reform, Congress, bills )

Freya
- 1 day ago - act.credoaction.com
Recently, House Republicans forced through a bill that would blast holes in Wall Street reform and put us all at greater risk of another financial crash âEUR" and more bank bailouts.
Winston Churchill Anniversary: Major Events Marking 50 Years of His Death Launch Today
Business  (tags: Sir .Winston Churchill, 50th anniversary, death, funeral, rememberance )

Beatrice
- 7 days ago - independent.co.uk
Sir Winston Churchill is to be honoured with a "major international celebration" marking the 50th anniversary of his death, with events ranging from a remembrance service to the launch of a 'warts and all' website mentioning his hostility to Mahatma
Credit Suisse: Big Crimes Become Big Business - Ralph Nader
Business  (tags: Ralph Nader, Credit Suisse AG, criminal activity, pension funds, ERISA, qualified personal asset managers, QPAM, IRS, DOJ, criminal activity, offshore credit/debit cards, tax evasion business, negligible fines, corporations, elites )

Judy
- 11 days ago - commondreams.org
If the law was enforced, institutions like Credit Suisse AG would not be allowed to act as "qualified professional asset manager" (QPAM) of ERISA assets or pension plans. These firms continue to evade real punishment.
5 Signs the American Economy May Be on Shakier Ground Than You Think
Business  (tags: economy, usa, society, business, americans, government )

Cal
- 14 days ago - alternet.org
t's not quite time to pop the champagne.
France Sieges: Anti-Terror Forces Storm Paris Supermarket VIDEO
Business  (tags: hostages, supermarket, France, jihadids, Islamic militants, religion, VIDEO )

Beatrice
- 18 days ago - bbc.co.uk
Anti-terror forces have stormed a supermarket in eastern Paris where several hostages were being held by a gunman. Four hostages were killed and another four were seriously injured, but 15 were released. The hostage taker at the kosher supermarket
TAKE ACTION NOW! US Justice Department: Prosecute J.P. Morgan Chase. No Excuses.
Business  (tags: Wall Street Crime, law andorder, prosecution, Big Banks, law, society, ethics, corporate, dishonesty, government )

Cal
- 22 days ago - dailykos.com
Petition Text Alayne Fleischmann's whistleblower account paints a clear picture of outright fraud at J.P. Morgan Chase. The Justice Department must immediately announce criminal charges against J.P. Morgan
What Next for Palm Oil in 2015?
Business  (tags: Palm Oil, TFT, The Forest Trust, Values, Transparency, Transformation, Verification, Scott Poynton )

Evelyn
- 22 days ago - scottpoynton.com
There was real concern, particularly in Malaysia, that smallholders would be excluded from supply chains. There is no reason why that should happen, quite the opposite. In 2015, we must engage with smallholders to ensure that they are actively included
The Finance Industry Is Gorging Itself on Your Future--The Trend Lines Will Blow You Away
Business  (tags: debt, loans, borrowing, money, interest, finance )

Freya
- 22 days ago - alternet.org
Increasing debt and runaway inequality are of a piece. That's because debt at compound interest rates is extremely powerful. Borrow a little today, and in time, you could be destitute.
Banking Industry Culture Primes for Cheating, Study Suggests
Business  (tags: business, dishonesty, society, SustainableDevelopment )

Cal
- 23 days ago - latimes.com
Employees of an international bank were more inclined to lie for financial gain if they were thinking about their jobs than if they were thinking about their home life, according to a study published online Wednesday
 
 
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