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Tel Aviv Welcomes Tech Visitors After Gaza War Cancellations
Business  (tags: hi-tech, Israel, Entrepreneurs, investors, sustainable development )

David
- 1 day ago - timesofisrael.com
The event brings together 1000's of Israeli & international entrepreneurs & investors to discuss tech matters, business, funding issues, & other technology industry topics. And to provide a venue for entrepreneurs & investors to meet & make deals.
TAKE ACTION NOW! Tell Congress: Protect Workers' Right to Organize
Business  (tags: politics, obama, news, media, workers rights, workers rightslabor, society, labor, news, money, business, corporate, corruption )

Cal
- 4 days ago - act.credoaction.com
In recent years, in state capitols like Madison, Wisconsin, to the halls of Congress in Washington D.C., workers have been under relentless attack by big corporations and their powerful Republican allies.
TAKE ACTION NOW! Tell Apple to Go Further to Protect Worker Health and Safety
Business  (tags: worker safety, Apple, supply chains, world, society, money, news, corporate, business, dishonesty, americans, abuse, politics )

Cal
- 5 days ago - action.greenamerica.org
Join Green America in asking Apple to build on its first steps to protect workers and encourage the company to go further to ensure all workers who make its products are safe.
OP-ED: America Is Running Out of Jobs. It's Time for a Universal Basic Income.
Business  (tags: income plitics, aid, guaranteed minimm income, op-ed, economy )

Cal
- 9 days ago - theweek.com
The politics of a guaranteed income get a lot easier when you acknowledge that the U.S. is no longer the land of opportunity
Preserve Net Neutrality - Urgent If You Use The Internet
Business  (tags: FCC, Net Neutrality, public comment, Sept. 15, new rules, threatens internet )

Dandelion
- 13 days ago - campaigns.dailykos.com
September 15 marks the end of the public comment period at the FCC about the proposed net neutrality rules, which threaten the internet as we know it. PLEASE READ THE INSTRUCTIONS IN FULL BEFORE CLICKING THE SUBMIT BUTTON!
Dunkin' Donuts Worker's Death Reveals The True Cost Of Our Low-Wage, Part-Time Economy
Business  (tags: economy, working poor, low-wage, multiple jobs, & shifts, minimum wage, poverty, retail, service, Maria Fernandes death, Debra Harrell arrest, , 20M low-wage earners:, 2/3 women, living wage )

LucyKalei
- 17 days ago - huffingtonpost.com
NJ woman, 32, died in a car park this wk catching a few hrs sleep between (4) jobs, chilling reminder of the struggle low-wage workers, esp women, face in absence of a living wage, cobbling together a patchwork of low-wage jobs with unreliable schedules
Did Congestion Charging Just Go Viral? By Tali Trigg | August 22, 2014
Business  (tags: world, business, consumers, economy, energy, Entrepreneurs, environment, government, greenbuilding, investing, SustainableDevelopment, technology )

Ruth
- 17 days ago - blogs.scientificamerican.com
'City-scale congestion charging is picking up steam as a policy tool to free cities from crippling traffic. Singapore led the way starting in 1975, and London, Milan, and Stockholm have since followed suit.'
Terry Macalister The Guardian, Thursday 28 August 2014 09.11 EDT
Business  (tags: world, americans, business, consumers, corporate, energy, Entrepreneurs, environment, ethics, finance, GoodNews, greenbuilding, investing, SustainableDevelopment, government )

Ruth
- 17 days ago - theguardian.com
'Wind, solar and other renewable power capacity grew at its strongest ever pace last year and now produces 22% of the world's electricity, the International Energy Agency said on Thursday in a new report.'
The True Meaning of Labor Day
Business  (tags: Labor Day, workers, usa, americans, society, politics, labor )

Cal
- 18 days ago - thenation.com
For America's workers, Labor Day marks more than the end of summer. It's a reminder of the struggles we have won--and those that lie ahead.
How Toronto's Labour Day Parade Began
Business  (tags: march, Labor Day, economy, government, labor, law, money, politics, society, Toronto, parade )

Lone
- 18 days ago - thestar.com
In 1872, 10,000 people took to Toronto's streets to fight for a nine-hour workday. And labour leaders say there's still a reason to walk.
 
 
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