Senate Backs Bill to Ban Some Xinjiang Goods

The U.S. Senate passed a bill Wednesday that would ban all goods from or made in China’s Xinjiang region unless importers can prove they weren’t made with forced labor, a move that could potentially have widespread implications for the solar industry.

The Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act requires the U.S Department of Homeland Security to create a list of entities who collab…

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Meta Accused Of Human Trafficking and Union-Busting in Kenya

Facebook’s parent company, Meta Platforms, and its largest outsourcing partner in Africa are facing new allegations of forced labor, human trafficking, and union busting in Kenya.

Daniel Motaung, a former outsourced Facebook content moderator, filed a lawsuit Tuesday in Nairobi accusing Meta and outsourcing firm Sama of multiple violations of the Kenyan constitution. The lawsuit fol…

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The Pioneer of the Modern Workday Overhauls Its Schedule Once Again

The Pioneer of the Modern Workday Overhauls Its Schedule Once Again

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Remington to Pay Sandy Hook Families to Settle Landmark Suit

Remington Arms will pay nine families who lost loved ones in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting $73 million to settle a wrongful death lawsuit, attorneys announced Tuesday, the first time a U.S. gun manufacturer has been held liable in a mass shooting and a legal outcome that could open the door to future lawsuits against gun makers.

The settlement ends a landmark lawsuit over how …

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The Vital Missing Link in the U.S. Sanctions Against Russia

The sanctions package the White House has implemented against Russia in the last 48 hours is remarkable. It is broad, deep, and targeted all at once. It is also almost certainly going to be more hype than impact. Russia is already subject to numerous sanctions since its 2014 support of separatists in Donbas. It has neither given Crimea back to Ukraine nor left the Donbas in peace, and clearly t…

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What Companies Can Learn From a Study on Plastic Cutlery

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What Companies Can Learn From a Study on Plastic Cutlery

Whenever I order food for delivery, I play …

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What To Know About the Elizabeth Holmes Trial

Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes will stand trial later this month on charges of defrauding investors and patients of the blood-testing company. If convicted, 37-year-old Holmes—once named the world’s youngest female self-made billionaire—could face 20 years in prison for each of the ten counts of wire fraud and two counts of conspiracy to commit wire fraud she is accused of.…

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