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Author: Rachael Abrams, Culturemap (USA)
Texas boutique Tootsies and the Mary Kay Foundation are celebrating the fifth year of the Suits for Shelters initiative, which aids the fight against domestic violence by providing professional attire to women for job interviews. From July 15 to...
Author: East Europe Foundation
…[T]he Women's Health and Family Planning charity and Mary Kay will co-host a charity art exhibit and auction to raise public awareness for breast cancer and raise money to continue supporting a cancer treatment program…Partners will also be training...
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Author: Maria Trombly, Emerging China
Foreign businesses, organizations and embassies reacted quickly after the Monday earthquake with offers of aid and support. On Wednesday, General Electric announced a US$2 million donation...GE has mobilized local field support engineers to help with...
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Author: Chang Ching-hsi, Taipei Times
[T]he Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is now "globalizing" its clampdown on human rights...First, the CCP...entice[s] the international community to help it suppress human rights. Companies such as Yahoo, Google, Microsoft and Skype [part of eBay] have...
Author: Falun Dafa Information Center
Mary Kay Inc. has discontinued the use of a pledge that workers in China were required to sign, which categorized Falun Gong as “illegal”...Mary Kay’s letter came three days after [three] Congresspersons...admonish[ed] the company for its use of the...
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