Five years since the trade war started, American firms seem less inclined to invest in China.
Starbucks workers and labor activists rallied outside the company’s Seattle headquarters Wednesday to protest what they describe as union-busting efforts by executives. The demonstrations came on the eve of the company's annual shareholders meeting and were designed to urge new Chief Executive Officer Laxman Narasimhan to take a more welcoming approach to unionization efforts, said organizers with Starbucks Workers United, which has asked shareholders to vote for a third party to assess the company’s commitment to labor rights. “Starbucks should respect our right to organize and meet us at the bargaining table."
“Aiden Fucci didn’t just take Tristyn’s life that day, he took everything from us," said the sister of a 13-year-old cheerleader who was fatally stabbed 114 times nearly two years ago in Florida.