Abraham Lincoln would not be the only one turning over in his grave at the disgraceful state of the Republican party 147 years after he left office -- other dead progressive Republican leaders would, as well.
Despite the occasional factory fire or sweatshop media exposé, American consumers have largely inured themselves to the status quo of exploiting the Global South as our overseas workshop for cheap clothes, toys and gadgets.
If FDR were president today, my guess is he would not meet in secret with the House speaker to cut a backroom deal that would further hammer the 99 percent by reducing Medicare and Social Security benefits. Instead, FDR would call it like he saw it.
Real HR work is transformational: That's why it's fun, and why it's as strategic as your five-year plan, if not more so.
The holidays, once considered a sacred time for family and celebration, have been hijacked by big companies sending out a message to the American people, playing on an endless loop: "Buy, buy, buy!"
One fiercely held, long asserted, if sparsely substantiated, talking point of the private military contracting (PMC) industry is that its cost-efficie...
Well now, let's see, the U.S. does it, the U.K. does it. France and Russia plan on doing more of it and China is planning to do a lot of it. Even the ...
By Vivek Wadhwa Vice President of Academics and Innovation, Singularity University. Mexico's I.T. offshoring industry ranks as #3 in Gartner's global...
Why renegotiate exclusivity agreements every few years? Why continuously review outsourcing vendors or auditing your existing outsourcing vendor? Bring the highly specialized outsourcing process in-house.
As e-commerce begins to represent increasingly larger portions of retailers total sales, retailers are frequently outsourcing all non-core competencies in order to capitalize on new opportunities and markets afforded by the Internet.
In the words of Sensata worker Dot Turner, who worked hard at the same job for 43 years and yet will likely spend Election Day filing for unemployment for the first time: "It's going take all of us as Americans to stand up and say, 'No more.'"
Millions of Americans need good-paying jobs. Unfortunately, Mitt Romney doesn't have a plan to create them. That's just what you'd expect from a man who made his fortune sending American jobs overseas and profitable companies into bankruptcy.
What little we do know about Gov. Romney's investments gives us an idea of what a Romney economy would look like -- and it's not good for working people.
Right now a company named Sensata is moving equipment out of a factory in Freeport, Ill., and shipping it to a factory in China. Sensata will be layi...
After decades of appearing in pumpkin patches to the delight of children around the world, the Great Pumpkin has decided to call it quits.
Ten years ago, who would have thought that space exploration could be pioneered by a small upstart team and an energy drink company? This might be the most vivid sign yet that the game is about to change.