Everyone's going nuts about a story that McDonald's could double wages for all of its employees, including its very well paid CEO, and pay for this increase by raising the price of a Big Mac by only 68 cents. Those who would like McDonald's to pay its employees enough to live on love this idea. And what's not to love?
Michael J. Fox will be back on airwaves this fall with his upcoming NBC comedy, “The Michael J. Fox Show." Fox plays a local newscaster with Parkinson’s disease who decides to return to work after years of staying home with his family.
Olympics on NBC (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Well, NBC was trending this afternoon on Twitter across the U.S. - and not because of some hilarious new sitcom. No, it's the wired multitudes taking to that interconnected series of tubes to blab about the opening ceremonies of the London Olympics ... and NBC's [...]
Comcast values teamwork, not the office politics condoned at NBC Universal.In the NBC sitcom "30 Rock," the self-absorbed television chief executive, played by Alec Baldwin, obsesses over what will happen to his career when his company — NBC — is taken over by Kabletown, a fictional cable systems operator from Philadelphia.
Toshiba announced that it will reduce the number of its employees in the TV division by half. India IT stocks have increased amid declines of the benchmark index. Shareholders of Cooper Tire and Rubber Co will most likely approve today the deal for sale with Apollo Tyres for $2.5 billion. Among its Asian peers India has the youngest average age of the populations standing at 27.
Sears Canada is laying off 245 workers, the lion’s share in their information technology department, with plans to replace them by partnering with a company that outsources to India, a senior spokesperson confirmed Tuesday.
The finance department will also take a hit with 99 job losses, along with 8 in payroll, said Vince Power, the retailer’s vice president of corporate affairs and communications.
US boss held hostage by Chinese employees departs plant after agreeing to pay workers BEIJING (AP) — An American boss detained nearly a week by his company's Chinese workers left the Beijing factory Thursday after he and a labor representative said the two sides reached agreement in a pay dispute.