Philanthropist

Jul10, 2017

Record $1.7 Million for Charity Speedrunning

During the seventh Summer Games Done Quick (SGDQ) Speedrunning marathon event, the charity was able to raise nearly $1.78 million from just over 30,000 people. This year’s charity donation reaches a new record high from last year, continuing an ever-growing…
Apr19, 2017

United CEO Says the Company can Learn and Grow from Dragging Incident

Despite all the constant fiasco that seem to plague United Airlines, the company’s top executive want to assure its investors that the airlines will continue to prosper while dealing with new changes brought about by recent events. One event was…
Apr15, 2017

Burger King Ad Sparks Old Debate About Voice Devices

A new Burger Kind ad was created to be able to trigger Googles voice-activated Home smart speaker. This ad was put in place to help advertise the Whopper but unfortunately doesn’t seem to be working anymore. The ad came out…
Apr11, 2017

US Department of Labor Accuses Google of Underpaying Female Employees

The US Department of Labor says that they have found evidence of a “systemic compensation disparities against women pretty much across the entire workforce” at Google. It was just this winter in January that the labor department sued the tech…
Apr05, 2017

Walmart and Amazon Compete for Lower Prices

For years, Walmart has pulled in millions of customers with its promise of “Everyday Low Prices.” However, recently, the company had to call in a few of its suppliers to have a long serious talk. Walmart prides itself on the…
Mar31, 2017

Ford Recall of Over 440,000 Vehicles Could Cost the Company Millions

When you think of the recent news, all the new jobs to Michigan, the large profit-sharing checks for employees, it’s safe to say that things have been going quite well for Ford. However, recently the auto giant announced that it…
Mar22, 2017

Wells Fargo Account Openings Begin to Decline

Wells Fargo hasn’t really had the best of luck. Last fall the company was found guilty of opening accounts without customer permission which caused the bank million in fines as well as employees since nearly 5,000 were terminated due to…
Mar19, 2017

Wage Violations Lead Disney to Pay $3.8 Million in Back Wages

Disney has a reputation for being the creator of the most magical movies and places that children and adults love. However, 16,339 of its employees don’t think the Walt Disney Co. is so magical. The company as agreed to provide…
Feb17, 2017

McDonald’s Engineered New Straws for Shamrock Shakes

McDonald's recently said that it has better engineered a straw that will allow its customers to better enjoy the shamrock shake. McDonald's sought the help of two engineering companies, JACE and NK Labs, in order to achieve its goal. What…
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