Tech giants get a lot of flak these days.
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Food safety laws are a very important part of consumer and public health.
Every tech giant has a dirty little secret that behind its market success. In the early days of dial-up internet, for example, AOL (which stands for America On Line) earned most of its revenues from pay-by-the-hour connection fees that granted users access to adult chat rooms.
Jim Steward, October 23, 2015
When Walmart announced last week that it was significantly increasing its investment in e-commerce, it tacitly acknowledged that it had fallen far behind Amazon in the race for online customers.
In a chat session with an Amazon customer service rep, Natural News editor Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, inquired, without success, the impetus behind the company's decision.
The court ruled unanimously, overturning the decision of a lower court that Amazon should pay for the time since the screenings benefit the company. The screenings are considered a part of its employees' jobs, the lower court had ruled. The Supreme Court disagreed.