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News From: Corporate Greed


by Brian Young | on Dec 13, 2021

Investors to Starbucks: Work with the Union

On December 9th a Starbucks location in Buffalo New York became the first US location to vote in a union. Another Buffalo area store also appears to have voted to support the union although Starbucks...

by Brian Young | on Dec 07, 2021

Kellogg's Workers Reject Agreement

On December 2nd the Bakery, Confectionery, Tobacco Workers, and Grain Millers International Union (BCTGM) announced that they had reached a tentative agreement with Kellogg’s to end a nearly...

by Brian Young | on Dec 06, 2021

Inside a Captive Audience Meeting

When a company finds out that their employees are beginning to talk union, a company can either accept it and recognize the union, stay neutral and let the workers vote in or reject the union, or...

by Brian Young | on Nov 29, 2021

"Pissing in Your Cornflakes"

Last week, Kellogg announced that they would begin to hire full-time scabs to replace the union workforce that has been on strike for two months. While Kellogg’s might hope that this will bring...

by Press and Media | on Nov 29, 2021

Kellogg's Says They Will Replace Striking Workers

This article first appeared in Reuters. Kellogg Co (K.N) said on Tuesday it plans to hire permanent replacements for some of its U.S. breakfast cereal plant workers who are on strike, after...

by Press and Media | on Nov 09, 2021

Boycotts Not Following Strikes

This article was written by Dom DiFurio at The Dallas Morning News After a prolific month of work stoppages at U.S. companies, a new poll reveals that American consumers change purchasing behavior...

by Brian Young | on Nov 03, 2021

Catholic Health Cuts off Health Insurance for Strikers

For over a month now, healthcare workers at Catholic Health Hospitals in Buffalo have been on strike. The 2,500 workers at three hospitals in the Buffalo area struck over concerns about patient care...

by Brian Young | on Oct 14, 2021

10,000 UAW Members Strike at John Deere

10,000 UAW members at John Deere have walked out on strike in the largest job action in two years. The strike comes just days after 90% of the membership rejected the company’s final contract...

by Brian Young | on Oct 13, 2021

Hollywood Union Sets Strike Deadline

After months of negotiations IATSE, the union that represents behind-the-scenes workers in TV and movies has set a strike deadline. In a release sent on Wednesday morning, the union said that...

by Brian Young | on Oct 12, 2021

90% Reject John Deere Contract, Union Prepares to Strike

In a stunning rebuke of the union and the company, UAW members at John Deere have overwhelmingly rejected the latest contract offer. If another deal is not reached in the next day, 10,000 union...

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