Monthly Archives: March 2018

The #BoycottNRA Movement: Ethical? Effective?

In the piece linked below, the author says that while boycotts are generally not very effective, and generally not very ethically sound, the recent move (under the #BoycottNRA banner/hashtag) is different. The author argues that the movement is likely to

The #BoycottNRA Movement: Ethical? Effective?

In the piece linked below, the author says that while boycotts are generally not very effective, and generally not very ethically sound, the recent move (under the #BoycottNRA banner/hashtag) is different. The author argues that the movement is likely to

Nestlé discloses slavery in its supply chain

The bad news is that food giant Nestlé found slavery in its supply chain (that is, slavery was being used by one or more of its suppliers, or possibly a supplier to a supplier). The good news is that they’ve

Nestlé discloses slavery in its supply chain

The bad news is that food giant Nestlé found slavery in its supply chain (that is, slavery was being used by one or more of its suppliers, or possibly a supplier to a supplier). The good news is that they’ve

Georgia Punishes Delta over NRA

It’s unusual for a government to punish a company in such a blatantly political way. The state of Georgia has passed a bill that was supposed to include a tax exemption for jet fuel, an exemption intended to benefit Delta

Georgia Punishes Delta over NRA

It’s unusual for a government to punish a company in such a blatantly political way. The state of Georgia has passed a bill that was supposed to include a tax exemption for jet fuel, an exemption intended to benefit Delta