Category: Business

Researchers Discover Security Risk In Amazon Key – Patch Promised

Ed Lynn- November 18, 2017

Cybersecurity researchers said that they have found a key vulnerability in one of Amazon’s most prominent new services. The company this fall rolled out Amazon ... Read More

Workers Get Time Off To Protest Trump — Plus Paychecks, Too!

Deborah Montesano- April 20, 2017

Facebook has a beef with Donald Trump. Since the problem has to do with its workforce, the corporation has adopted a policy that is spreading in the tech ... Read More

United Threatened Irvine Man With Handcuffs In Order To Seat ‘More Important’ Passenger

Deborah Montesano- April 12, 2017

Last week, business executive Geoff Fearns of Irvine, CA needed to get home early from a trip to Hawaii. He paid $1,000 for a first class ... Read More

Mexico Just Told U.S. ‘We Don’t Need You’! Guess Who’s Waiting To Step In?

Deborah Montesano- February 24, 2017

Donald Trump is in the midst of scoring a real diplomatic coup. He's driving Mexico straight into the arms of China. While the administration is ... Read More

Texas Video Game Publisher Moving His Diverse Family To Canada, Thanks To Trump

Deborah Montesano- February 21, 2017

Video game developer Mike Wilson – co-founder of video game publisher Devolver Digital, film maker, and prominent Texas citizen — is making good on a promise many ... Read More

House Republican Introduces Bill To Terminate The Environmental Protection Agency

Jefferson Adams- February 16, 2017

“Only when the last tree has been cut down, the last fish been caught, and the last stream poisoned, will we realize we cannot eat ... Read More

Whole Foods to Stop Selling Food Made by Prison Labor

Editor SCD- September 30, 2015

  Whole Foods has confirmed that it will no longer sell products made by prison labor, a practice that has drawn sharp scrutiny and protests ... Read More

Study: Farmers Markets, Food Co-ops About Community, Not Price.

Ed Lynn- August 22, 2015

Photo by cliff1066™ Why is it that an increasing number of people are shopping at farmers markets and joining food co-ops? Surprisingly, it’s not taste, ... Read More

Rise Of Progressive Populism May Lift Organized Labor Too

Ed Lynn- April 24, 2015

Rebirth of Progressivism may breathe new life in labor unions Bob Bussel, University of Oregon A decade and a half into the 21st century, the ... Read More

Obama in favor of net neutrality (editorial cartoon)

Andrew David Cox- November 14, 2014

"Obama in favor of net neutrality." November 14th, 2014. Obama announced earlier this week in a video from the White House that he is in ... Read More