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Kenya: Truckers Held at Gunpoint for Protesting Over 24 Hour Shifts ACTION
Business  (tags: human rights, Tarek Sultan, Kenya, abuse, Agility, truck drivers, labor, business )

Nancy
- 2 days ago - labourstartcampaigns.net
Over the weekend truck drivers in Kenya working for Agility global integrated logistics were beaten, abducted at gunpoint and forced to drive their trucks to a company workshop.
Sign the Petition: Be a Citizen Co-Sponsor of the PeopleâEUR(TM)s Budget
Business  (tags: society, safety, americans, education, freedoms, family, ethics, law, news, politics, rights, economy, congress, government, democrats, republicans, socialsecurity, corporate, money )

Robert
- 8 days ago - signforgood.com
Help create an economy that works for all of us. Set the country on the path to prosperity. Make corporations and the wealthy pay their fair share of taxes Endorse Social Security expansion.
Burned at McDonald's. Treated With MUSTARD.
Business  (tags: fast food, workers, injuries, first aid, burns, videos, petitions )

Freya
- 11 days ago - fightfor15.org
Watch the video - but beware, it has some graphic images. Then sign the petition!
Protect Social Security!
Business  (tags: Social Security, public aid, social spending, Republicans, Koch Brothers, petitions )

Freya
- 12 days ago - act.endcitizensunited.org
When Republicans reveal their budget this week, the Koch Brothers have one special request: Repeal of the fraudulent, virtually bankrupt, and increasingly oppressive Social Security system.
Stop Christie's Scandalous Settlement With Oil Giant Exxon! PETITION!!
Business  (tags: pollution, destruction, ecosystems, environment, wildlife, water, nature, healthconditions, habitat, government, energy, republicans, news, corruption, dishonesty, ethics, society, safety, sadness, politics, rights, law, interesting, crime, culture, busin )

Robert
- 17 days ago - action.sumofus.org
Exxon donated nearly $2 million to a group that financed NJ Governor Chris Christie's election campaigns. Then, Christie decided to settle a $9 billion lawsuit against Exxon for $225 million -- just 3% of the damages it should pay.
Ben & Jerry's Might Start Selling Weed-Infused Ice Cream
Business  (tags: marijuana, ben and jerry's, ice cream )

Angie
- 20 days ago - msn.com
Someday, Ben & Jerry's could come in a new flavor: cannabis. Founders Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield told HuffPost Live host Alyona Minkovski that they were open to making marijuana-infused ice cream.
Franklin Templeton: Stop Investing in Lethal Injection ACTION
Business  (tags: death penalty, Franklin Templeton, profits, innocence, big pharma, business, ethics, money )

Nancy
- 20 days ago - action.sumofus.org
Mutual fund Franklin Templeton is the largest institutional investor in a pharmaceutical company that is profiting from the death penalty.
Require That Meat Produced From Animals Fed Antibiotics Be Labeled Accordingly.
Business  (tags: labeling food, Human Health, healthcare, disease, prevention, protection, safety, dishonesty, consumers, politics )

Sabine
- 27 days ago - change.org
Most antibiotics sold in this country are fed to farmed animals rather than to treat human disease. These antibiotics are mixed in with the food and water fed to the pigs, cows, and chickens who become the meat we eat.
CEO of Japan Airlines Takes the Bus to Work and Gets a Salary Less Than Some of the Employees - NationofChange
Business  (tags: ethics, culture, world, corporate, humans, labor, economy )

Wild
- 26 days ago - nationofchange.org
Haruka Nishimatsu, CEO of Japan Airlines, acts like a leader, but sacrifices some of the big corporate perks so he can build a stronger and more dedicated workforce. This is a philosophy that many corporate bosses should follow suit.
CEO of Japan Airlines Takes the Bus to Work and Gets a Salary Less Than Some of the Employees - NationofChange
Business  (tags: humans, ethics, culture, news, society, world, corporate, labor, GoodNews )

Wild
- 26 days ago - nationofchange.org
Haruka Nishimatsu, CEO of Japan Airlines, acts like a leader, but sacrifices some of the big corporate perks so he can build a stronger and more dedicated workforce. This is a philosophy that many corporate bosses should follow suit.
 
 
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