FEATURE-"Made in Europe": Plight of garment workers under scrutiny CALAFAT, Romania, Feb 9- O utside a clothing factory in Calafat in southern Romanian early one morning, hundreds of workers crowd around makeshift stalls to stock up on snacks and drinks for their shift. But even inside the European Union- in Romania and Bulgaria particularly- workers can endure poverty-level wages, long hours and arduous conditions to make...
| By: Laura Stefanut
Why new pres should simplify tax code CNBC's Rick Santelli and former Texas congressman William Archer discuss what the next president should do to make the United States a better place for companies to call home.
Chipotle urges workers to stay home if they're sick NEW YORK— Chipotle repeatedly told employees they need to stay home if they feel sick and the restaurant chain kept all its U.S. locations shuttered early Monday as executives went over new food safety procedures. "If you're feeling sick, especially if you've vomited, whether at work or at home, you need to let your manager or your field leader know right away," Moran...
Source: The Associated Press
EXCLUSIVE-Top cybercrime ring disrupted as authorities raid Moscow offices-sources WASHINGTON, Feb 5- Russian authorities in November raided offices associated with a Moscow film distribution and production company as part of a crackdown on one of the world's most notorious financial hacking operations, according to three sources with knowledge of the matter. Experts familiar with the situation said the case represents Russia's biggest...
| By: Joseph Menn
Kara Swisher: Yahoo turnaround questionable Re/code's Executive Editor Kara Swisher, provides perspective on news one of Yahoo's mobile entrepreneurs is leaving, and LinkedIn's weak guidance for the full year.
Sharp shows Japan Inc may be more open to foreign interest *Japan's governance push affected board members- banker. TOKYO, Feb 5- If Sharp Corp's rescue plans are anything to go by, Japan's insular technology sector is finally opening up to foreign investors, spurred by a shift in political thinking and a drive for improved corporate governance. Japanese policymakers, especially bureaucrats at the Ministry of Economy,...
| By: Takashi Umekawa and Emi Emoto