Two Years After Rana Plaza, Are Bangladesh's Workers Still at Risk?



Two Years After Rana Plaza, Are Bangladesh's Workers Still at Risk?
Garment workers at Alif Embroidery Village in Savar, on the outskirts of Dhaka. Alif is heavily investing in upgrading its facilities … Together, the groups represent more than 200 of the largest US and European clothing buyers, including H&M …
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Amazingly Automated Sewing and Embroidery Machines
SEWING MAY SEEM like a form of voluntary and obsolete drudgery. After all, why go to the trouble of mastering a clunky old machine when your dry cleaner offers same-day alterations? But even the least domesticated among us can master this ancient craft …
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Jill Cataldo: 'Checkout charities' irk some shoppers
The top three donors were ebay, Walmart/Sam's Club and McDonald's, proving that checkout charity calls aren't limited to retail. These campaigns are just as effective online and at restaurants as they are at traditional retailers. It's also true that …
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