KFC suppliers cram birds into huge waste-filled factories, breed and drug them to grow so large that they can’t even walk, and often break their wings and legs. At slaughter, the birds’ throats are slit and they are dropped into tanks of scalding-hot water—often while they are still conscious. It would be illegal for KFC [...]

Wayne Spilove Saves The Reading Terminal Market

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I have always had a love for architecture, and the preservation of historic character of buildings. One of my favorite cities is Philadelphia. The City of Philadelphia features outstanding examples of every important style and period of architecture. I like the 19th century structures found in the Rittenhouse Square area, on the southwest side of [...]

Now, Chinese clothes are being called into question after two children were burned when their nightclothes caught fire. A recall has been ordered, and an investigation is in progress after scientist discovered Chinese clothing containing levels of formaldehyde 900 times higher than what is considered safe. This is the first time that the safety of [...]

Business Ethics and Customer Service in the Wireless Phone Industry

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Did Sprint make a good move when they dropped 1,000 customers because they were “excessive” complainers?  We have to look at the pros and cons of this.  Sprint just upset 1,000 people, but obviously they were unhappy or disturbed to begin with. Sprint now has much more time to dedicate to customers with legitimate problems [...]

Hurricanes will become more frequent, we will see drought patterns in the United States, and the sea level will rise.  Richard Alley, a Glaciologist puts it straight forward.  “Look, it’s getting warmer, and the pattern of that warming is the pattern of humans, not of nature.  Humans are changing the composition of the atmosphere.  We’ve [...]

Victoria’s Secret not only provides clothes for women to feel sexy in, they practice business ethics and social responsibility. Just look at the back of their catalogs:
As a value-led organization, Victoria’s Secret is integrating the protection and preservation of  global resources into our everyday business practices.  It’s part of doing what is right, and  means we’re committed to sustainable, responsible and thoughtful environmental behavior.
We are proud to deliver the Victoria’s Secret

Mary Catherine Garrison, Sarah Palin Witch Doctor, Colorado Beauty School,

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