Result means that the shop's employees, who have been voting should form their own branch of the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAM) union, once the agency has certified the results.
The fast-food giant's decision is part of an exodus of foreign corporations including H&M, Starbucks and Ikea in reaction to Russia's incursion in Ukraine in February.
Starbucks called the allegations “false” and vowed to fight them at an upcoming hearing.
Large firms often oppose unions due to their impact on the company’s autonomy and fears of economic losses as workers fight for higher wages and better benefits.
Amazon workers in Staten Island are seeking longer breaks, paid time off for injured employees and an hourly wage of $30, up from a minimum of just over $18 per hour offered by the company.
Global brands bow to public pressure and suspend their operations in Russia, joining international corporate chorus of outrage over Moscow's invasion of Ukraine.
Roz Brewer says she's excited to innovate in the healthcare industry at Walgreens, especially as the company helps combat the coronavirus pandemic.
The coffeehouse giant says it is planning to open the shop in the Laos capital Vientiane by next summer.
The EU Commission accused Apple in 2016 of striking an illegal deal with Irish authorities that allowed the tech giant to pay extremely low tax rates.
The drop in interest, especially from those in the early stages of planning, is the result of a proposed US legislation that would make it harder for some Chinese firms to debut in America.
Looting should not be condoned, so why are we silent when corporations indulge in it?
The arrest and charges of third-degree murder filed against Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin apparently have not tamped down the anger over George Floyd's violent arrest and death caught on a video that went viral.
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