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Nike Raises Salaries and Chick-fil-A Makes You Do the Cooking! 3 Things to Know Today. Stay in the know in 60 seconds.

By Liz Webber

  • As part of its response to worker complaints about pay equity, Nike has conducted an internal review and will raise the salary of around 7,000 employees -- 10 percent of its global workforce. Nike will also change how bonuses are calculated to make the assessment more in line with the company's earnings targets.
  • Vermont's Norwich University has become the latest institution to allow students to forgo loans -- and the accompanying debt -- by promising to pay a portion of their future salary. The new program will focus on students who don't qualify for traditional loans or who take longer than eight semesters to complete their degree.
  • And you can now make your own Chick-fil-A at home. The fast-food chain will launch meal kits for dishes like chicken parmesan and crispy Dijon chicken at 150 Atlanta-area restaurants next month.

Watch the previous 3 Things video: Uber Accused of 'Vomit Fraud.'

Liz Webber

Entrepreneur Staff

Insights Editor

Liz Webber is the insights editor at Enterpreneur.com, where she manages the contributor network.

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