Whirlpool

It's not breaking news that CES (Consumer Electronics Show) in Las Vegas is the equivalent of a frat party for the tech industry. The male/female ratio resembles the grandstands at a football game.
NAFTA and the TPP are giant greenbacks for multinational corporations. CEOs close U.S. factories, destroy the lives of American workers and collect bigger profits as a result of the less-than-subsistence wages they pay foreign labor.
Reuters reported earlier this month a deal was near completion. Electrolux said in August it was in talks to buy the unit
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Although the photo is impressive, whirlpools tend to "look worse than they are," as Brander explained on his page. "When
Now 172 years later, a YouTube video titled "Amazing monstrous whirlpool" gives gravity to Poe's words, though (likely) on
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As Whirlpool closes its Arkansas plant and dumps American workers, CEO Jeff Fettig uses Wall Street's mind-numbing jargon to anaesthetize listeners to the deep wounds he is inflicting.
Michael Halberian wanders through the central hall of the fabled Steinway Mansion and flips the switch that turns on the 1,000-pound crystal chandelier, big and round as the sun. It's motorized.
How long will America force its own people into poverty just to pad the pockets of those who make more in a day than we could spend in a lifetime?
Five years ago, LG Appliances combined a refrigerator with a PC and it was a colossal flop. Now Whirlpool is taking their
If President Obama really wants to take a bipartisan approach to creating jobs, he can do it by creating a national strategy to grow manufacturing jobs--not by refusing to count the cost of inaction.
Here's the thing: I think Whirlpool is right -- we need to call Congress. These are just a few of the things we have to start
A major corporation planning to shut down a factory in Indiana has warned its union workers that they'll endanger their future
The spokesperson for Whirlpool is exactly right. It is the system that makes them do this. They are only following the market's
So, of course, Wall Street celebrates the move, the setting states against each other, the cost-shifting and the resulting
A $300 million cash-for-clunkers-type federal program to boost sales of energy-efficient home appliances provides a glimmer