Ernst: Communist China is the Best B…

WASHINGTON— A Office of Protection (DoD) evaluate found that China is stealing technological innovation produced in the U.S. by exploiting compact business study applications, and U.S. Senator Joni Ernst (R-Iowa), a member of the Senate Smaller Small business Committee and the Senate’s most important foe of authorities waste, is halting it.

Ernst not too long ago led bipartisan legislation—that swiftly handed the Senate unanimously very last week—that will have to have government businesses to do qualifications checks on corporations trying to find federal aid whilst having ties to international nations of concern like China. The monthly bill enables the

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Multilevel Marketing Is Controversial. This Academic Fellowship Is Trying to Change That.

Channelle D. James teaches a seminar about companies that do good in the world — fight poverty, slash pollution, empower women. For the class’s capstone project, her students learn about the wonders of the Cocoa Exchange.

The company, which sold fair-trade chocolate, worked with a nongovernmental organization to extend small loans to female cocoa farmers in West Africa. Stateside, it was also improving the lives of the American women (and men, in smaller numbers) who signed up to sell its products. Sellers would get all the information they needed to start a small business, along with a flexible schedule,

Read More plans to cut third of staff as it seeks emergency investment or buyer | Retail industry is seeking a buyer or emergency investment as the embattled online furniture business plans to shed more than a third of staff, the latest in a string of pandemic winners to be hobbled by the cost of living crisis.

The company, which in July warned of job cuts as increasingly cash-strapped consumers stopped spending on “big-ticket” items, has withdrawn full-year guidance as sales plummet. employed 673 staff on average last year, including more than 320 in marketing and products and 290 in administration roles, and instituted a hiring freeze as the beginning of the year. Now it is

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