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Carl's Jr. Super Bowl 2015 Ad stars Charlotte McKinney

Carl's Jr. Super Bowl 2015 Ad stars Charlotte McKinney

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Awesome Mercedes Super Bowl 2015 is Released

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Victoria's Secret Super Bowl 2015 Ad is Online

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GoDaddy Pulls Super Bowl Ad Amidst Outrage

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Whole Foods Market Faces Another Union Demonstration in November

Whole Foods Market Faces Another Union Demonstration in November Employees at a San Francisco Whole Foods Market are looking to let their union stand and willing to walk out on November 14 if their demands aren't met. CEO John Mackey prefers to believe the business is "beyond unions."

Nov 9 2014, 5:11pm CST

IKEA Promises 17 Percent Wage Increase By End of 2015.

IKEA Promises 17 Percent Wage Increase By End of 2015. Swedish-based IKEA offers a minimum of $3.51 increase in wages for all retail outlets and distribution centers by the end of 2015.

Jun 27 2014, 5:42am CDT

Jobs With Justice: New Campaigns Take Aim At Low Wages, Working Poor, Falling Middle Class

Jobs With Justice: New Campaigns Take Aim At Low Wages, Working Poor, Falling Middle Class The organized labor movement is changing, reflecting two large-scale trends. On the one hand, union membership – once 35 percent of the U.S. workforce in the 1950s – is at its lowest point in more than a century. In...

Dec 23 2013, 9:16am CST

$11.50 Minimum Wage Approved

$11.50 Minimum Wage Approved by Washington's City Council Washington's city council has approved to raise the minimum wage from $8.25 to $11.50 an hour on Tuesday. This raise in the minimum wage will be effective in 2016 in the US capital.

Dec 18 2013, 6:21am CST