Daily Red Alert - 10/31/22
CEOs Cutting Back or Pausing Their ESG Efforts: KPMG study - The Epoch Times
“In August, KPMG published an in-depth report titled “2022 U.S. CEO Outlook.” It assessed a wide variety of issues facing businesses over the next 12 months, including economic turbulence, finding and retaining talent, and technological developments. The paper also looked at the ESG trend sweeping America and the rest of the world.”
“A Gallup poll released Oct. 31 confirms that the most basic of kitchen-table issues—the cost of groceries and gas—will influence how 98 percent of Americans vote in the Nov. 8 elections.”
“Musk has ordered job cuts across the company, with some teams to be curtailed more than others, three people — who refused to be identified — with knowledge of the matter told the New York Times.”
“Conservative U.S. Supreme Court justices signaled skepticism on Monday toward the legality of race-conscious admissions policies in cases involving Harvard University and the University of North Carolina that could imperil affirmative action programs often used to boost enrollment of Black and Hispanic students.”
“The Detroit automaker, a rival to Musk-led electric vehicle maker Tesla, said it is ‘pausing’ advertising as it evaluates Twitter’s new direction. It will continue to use the platform to interact with customers but not pay for advertising, GM added.”
RedBalloon in the News
CEO Andrew Crapuchettes is featured on Dr. Steve Turley’s show to discuss the Employee BIll of Rights.
Employee Bill of Rights - God’s Kingdom Ministries
“Here is a good interview with a man who has set up an organization to help people with their Employee Bill of Rights. It fights back against the cancel culture and on behalf of all (especially Christians) who have been fired or discriminated against in their place of work.”
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