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The animal welfare movement is pivoting to its biggest challenge yet.
I'm sure it's safe for me to say that it wasn't Super Tuesday for most Yosemite fans. The trademark battle for the names of iconic Yosemite landmarks continues and as of March 1st, the Park's new concessionaire, Aramark, took the reigns.
Students at a Chicago high school blame the district's contractor for serving meals they say are worse than prison food. And they're getting results.
Aramark and the American Heart Association recently launched a five-year initiative for the company's meals to have more
Aramark, the largest U.S.-based food service company, is tackling three key areas where industrial agriculture has been badly failing in its production model. The collaboration of Aramark and the HSUS may be one of the best examples to date of how a for-profit and non-profit can work cohesively to build a more humane society.
The worker, Amy McVay, filed a whistle-blower complaint with the Occupational Safety and Health Association last week, as
Introducing for-profit companies into America's criminal justice system has been a bad deal for governments across the country.
The spirit of young people, their idealism and desire to serve have been a source of inspiration since I co-founded City Year 25 years ago.
The top movers and shakers of the corporate sustainability world recently gathered at Fortune Brainstorm Green to examine, analyze and summarize the success of green B to B, and the simultaneous failure of green B to C commerce.
The lawsuit alleges, however, that McGurk had been drinking all day, and was heavily intoxicated at the time of the accident
How can we keep both our university administrations and these large corporations in check and help fix some of the problems that subcontracting causes?
But there are a number of huge companies, many with revenue in the tens of billions of dollars, many with revenue greater
Someone asked me the other day: If you could ask people to do just one thing to ensure thriving oceans for the future, what would you suggest? It's surprisingly simple.
Mother Earth wasn't the only thing watering the soil at Eco Farm 2010. Big business, too, came to rain on the parade.
The Philadelphia Eagles' new eco-calendar, released in July and printed on post consumer recycled paper, features the team's cheerleaders wearing only eco-friendly swimsuits and accessories.
Hundreds of cafeteria and other food-service workers rallied in Lower Manhattan on Wednesday afternoon for higher wages and