California Judge Warns of Coffee Health Threats

Companies are required to put warning labels on coffee to warn of cancerous compounds in California. People who drink coffee regularly suggests that it would not change their intake. Almost a hundred companies that produce coffee, including Starbucks have been filed a lawsuit against by the Council for Education and Research on Toxics, a nonprofit group. The charges were based on the grounds of violation of a state law that holds the companies accountable for the lack of warning about the presence of cancerous chemicals such as acrylamide, a substance…

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McDonald’s giving employees financial aid for tuition, $150 Million Allocated

McDonald’s has allocated $150 million into its education program. The program, Archways to Opportunity, has vastly benefitted the staffs. To maintain an orderly society, people must first be educated. However, in today’s society, everything has become a business deal, including education. A proper tertiary education in the States these days can lead to a lifelong debt for many. It seems as though people are paying ten to thousand hundred dollars in exchange for a diploma. All across the world, students are looking for various forms of financial aid like scholarships…

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Microsoft updates its Code of Conduct, Severe Punishments for Violators

Microsoft is updating its Code of Conduct terms.  They are imposing severe punishments for violators. With the amount of unsolicited content on the internet nowadays, it should come as no surprise that Microsoft is revising its terms and conditions to increase restrictions. Starting from May this year, Microsoft will begin to reinforce its prohibition of fraudulent activity and the use of offensive language. They have recently sent out a mass electronic mail, reinstating the terms of Code of Conduct. These terms apply to all the services embodied by Microsoft. In…

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