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This Multi-Billion Dollar Industry Is Ravaging America's Working Class
Business  (tags: Business, corporations, Credit, Debt, Finance, irresponsible lending, Lending, Loans middle class, Payday Loans, personal finance, responsible lending )

Judy
- 1 day ago - wallstcheatsheet.com
Right now, 12 million Americans are caught up in a cycle of loans that boast interest rates of 400 percent or more.
End Forced Labour and Abuse of Migrant Workers in South Korea ACTION
Business  (tags: abuse of migrant workers, South Korea, labor, corruption, business, money, human rights, freedoms, world )

Nancy
- 1 day ago - campaigns.amnesty.org
Imagine your food being produced by migrant agricultural workers who are trafficked and work in forced labour conditions. It's what's happening in South Korea. Help us stand by those who grow food and rear animals by taking action to pressure the South...
Maryland Farmer at Forefront of GMO Debate
Business  (tags: Agriculture, Farming, Yield, Insect Resistance, Artificial Selection, Jenny Schmidt, GMOs, Maryland, Farmers, Costs, Health Concerns, Safety )

Brian
- 2 days ago - cctv-america.com
"Correspondent Jessica Stone interviewed Jenny Schmidt, a farmer who is planting crops from genetically modified seeds in Maryland's Eastern Shore."
WASHINGTON: Nursing Home Abuse Claims Lead to $38 Million Settlement With Feds
Business  (tags: nursing homes, Extendicare Health Services, Progressive Step Corp, Pro Step, improper health billing, nursing home abuse, negligent care, federal settlement, DOJ, false Medicare claims, Medicaid )

Judy
- 18 days ago - mcclatchydc.com
One of the nation's largest nursing home chains has agreed to pay $38 million to settle allegations that it improperly billed federal health programs for the poor and aging and provided unnecessary care, as well as "disturbing" substandard care.
Dam Breaks in Europe as Deflation Fears Wash Over ECB Rhetoric
Business  (tags: Eurozone )

Michael
- 18 days ago - telegraph.co.uk
'We are reaching the end game in Europe. If they don't launch real QE soon, the consequences are too awful to contemplate,' warns RBS
A Wells Fargo Employee Asked the CEO for a Raise and Cc'Ed 200,000 Coworkers
Business  (tags: Wells Fargo, Wells Fargo employee, pay raise request, CEO John Stumpf )

Judy
- 20 days ago - washingtonpost.com
His plea was not just to get a raise for himself. His proposal to Stumpf? Use the company's profits to give every employee a raise of $10,000.
Revoke Wall Street's License to Steal ~ PLEASE SIGN
Business  (tags: government, finance, ethics, dishonesty, economy, corruption, abuse, cover-up, lies, investors, politics )

Beverly
- 21 days ago - other98.com
Forced arbitration gives big banks a license to steal, and it must be revoked!
U.S. Farmers Latest to Sue Syngenta Over GMO Corn Rejected By China
Business  (tags: abuse, americans, business, corporate, dishonesty, ethics, farming, genetic engineering, GMOs, lies, money, Syngenta, world )

Kathy
- 22 days ago - reuters.com
Farmers from the biggest U.S. corn-growing states have sued Syngenta AG over sales of genetically modified corn seed not approved by China, joining global exporters in pursuing damages from the Swiss-based company.
Why Organic Farmers Should Worry - a Lot - About Fraud
Business  (tags: Organic Foods, Marketing, Negative Study, Canadian Food, Inspection Agency, CFIA, Organic Fraud, 50% Pesticides, Purity Questioned, Sales Down, Lack of Confidence, Worried Public, Higher Prices, No Benefits, Organic Farmers, Worried )

Brian
- 23 days ago - producer.com
"How is anyone going to convince a middle-class mom to pay 25 percent extra for organic veggies if there's an almost 50 percent chance that they'll have pesticide residues anyway? That's a tough question to answer."
Think Tank Proposes New Laws Requiring Transparency in Health Care Costs
Business  (tags: healthcare, government, medicine, New Mexico, health care costs, ethics, consumers, money, news )

CarrieSIC
- 24 days ago - santafenewmexican.com
In New Mexico, consumers often are left to guess what they'll pay for medical services, and people who are uninsured can find themselves facing much larger bills than those who have coverage.
 
 
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