Nothing speaks to how much American jobs and international good will mean to you than shipping your manufacturing jobs overseas and paying next to nothing.
The Fair Labor Association toured a Chinese factory which produces Ivanka Trump brand clothing and found DOZENS of United Nations International Labor Organization standards violations.
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The Washington Post reports the 80 factory workers make on average
Well, this is certainly interesting.
Dr. Luke has been dropped by Sony, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
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The producer is also no longer the CEO of Kemosabe Records, which he established with Sony in 2011. Furthermore, Sony has stated that Luke "no longer has authority to act on its behalf."
Even though this might seem like good news for Kesha, we're not sure that it actually nullifies her contract with the producer. It sounds like Dr. Luke is still the only one who can break that contract with her.
Moreover, in her court papers, the Tik Tok singer previously told the judge that Sony and Dr. Luke's relationship was about to come to an end, and that things would be worse for her once she no longer had the music giant behind her to act as a "go-between."
Complicating matters further is the fact that the music producer still has a pending defamation lawsuit against her, and his lawyers are in the process of gathering evidence that proves his career has suffered greatly due to Kesha's rape allegations. Being dropped by Sony might be another thing they can use against her.
We'll keep you updated as we learn more.
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Smart move, United Airlines.
As you surely know, the airline is still struggling with the backlash they received when aviation officers forcibly dragged a man, named Dr. David Dao, off one of their flights. This fallout has even affected the company's presence at the Tribeca Film Festival, where they serve as one of the signature partners of the fest.
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Apparently, the airline has pulled a 30-second ad which had been playing before several film screenings since the opening of the festival on April 19. It's said audiences couldn't help but laugh at the commercial for United Airlines' Polaris Business Class as it painted the company as a doting, luxurious form of travel.
The Hollywood Reporter's John DeFore perfectly put it, as he noted: