Maybe This Will Catch On?

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Complaining of low profit margins that generally accompany inexpensive menu items, most fast-food restaurants try to keep wages down. However, some fast food chains are seeing the benefit in paying employees above minimum wage and even above the median hourly wage for fast-food workers nationwide of $8.83, because it allows their workers to opportunities to… Read more »

Cooking the Books – TSA style?

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This week, the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform released information about the Transportation Security Administration wasting taxpayers’ money; this time they point to a Texas warehouse holding more than 5,000 pieces of security equipment, valued at upwards of $180 million. Questions: 1. What percentage of equipment has been stored for more than one… Read more »