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Uber

Uber Drivers Are Sleeping in Their Cars to Make Enough Money. Now, They're Going on Strike.

The strikes come ahead of Uber's initial public offering, which one union leader said promised to be an 'orgy of greed.'

Advice For Employees: There's a Limit To Your Complaints

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More Than 1,500 Google Workers to Stage Walkout Over Sexual Misconduct Handling

The protest comes in response to the company reportedly giving lucrative exit packages to two senior executives who resigned over credible sexual misconduct charges. Employees at Google offices across the world plan to join the walkout.

Is It Appropriate For Employees to 'Take a Knee' in the Workplace?

Four executives weigh in on how they view the NFL controversy, as applied to their respective companies.

4 Novel Trademark Developments We Saw in 2017

Current events quickly morph into trademarking sprees seeking to capitalize on what's in the news.

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French Officials Not Pleased With Shirt-Ripping Air France Protesters

France's Prime Minster said the images of Air France executives with torn clothes are an embarrassment to the country.
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Russia Demonstrates Against the West by Burning and Bulldozing Imported Foods

More than 50 tons of fruit and almost 30 tons of cheese were destroyed as the country marked the anniversary of sanctions against Western food products.
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Two Uber Execs Reportedly Arrested in Paris

The arrests come just days after heated protests by taxi drivers in the French capital.
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Baltimore Unrest Affects Businesses, MLB and NFL Teams

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