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Daily Red Alert - 11/15/22

Relevant Press

What’s Fueling the Rise of ESG Investing? - The Epoch Times

“Environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) investing has not only become a popular investment trend but also a new front in the culture wars. Market predictions show that global ESG-mandated assets will reach $55 trillion in 2022 and close to $100 trillion in 2025.”

Companies, Schools Teach Kids to Follow UN Sustainability Goals - The Epoch Times

“The United Nations wants your children to embrace its Sustainable Development Goals—and Thomas, a cartoon train character beloved by kids and parents alike, is on board with that.”

Boston officials accuse Walgreens of 'racism' for closing some stores - Fox Business

“The statement came in response to Walgreens announcing it was closing three pharmacies in the Boston neighborhoods of Hyde Park, Nubian Square and Mattapan – all of which are mostly non-white working-class communities.”

Inflation driving more than half of Gen Z to live with their parents - Fox Business

“A poll released Tuesday conducted by The Harris Poll and commissioned by DailyPay found 54% of Gen Zers ages 18-25 are living with their folks, with 80% of respondents saying they expect the economy will either remain that same or decline over the next year.”

Auto Industry Sets New Standard for Diversity - The Detroit Bureau

“The scorecard, which was developed in 2012 to provide a snapshot of each manufacturer’s success at building and sustaining ethnic diversity and inclusion, with a primary focus on people of color. The six areas under consideration are employment, advertising, marketing, procurement, dealers and philanthropy.”

RedBalloon in the News

Hiring Managers Told to Discriminate Against White Men - RedBalloon Blog

“Resume Builder surveyed 1,000 hiring managers across the US, and their results were sobering. One out of six hiring managers have been told to stop hiring white men.”

Episode 30 - The Guy who Launched a Giant Red Balloon - The Company Man

“Andrew Crapuchettes is a bit like Steve Jobs. He grew up in the Bay Area, started working at sixteen, and ended up tinkering his way through the tech world right up to the big time. He was worth millions when the rest of his buddies were slogging through college and piling up debt. The multi-million dollar company he eventually built, was sold, and then he was fired. Andrew Crapuchettes was fired as CEO for what he believed. That moment was his wake up call. He now rubs elbows with the biggest names in business and politics, and every move he makes is precisely focused on the mission of the big Red Balloon.”

The Daily Red Alert is a collection of stories that relate to the issues of freedom in the workplace, business, and the US economy.

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