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Nestlé Adds Sugar To Infant Milk Sold In Poorer Nations, According To New Report

A new report has found that Nestlé, the largest consumer goods company in the world, adds sugar and honey to infant milk and cereal products that are sold in poorer nations. This directly contradicts international guidelines that are implemented to prevent childhood obesity and chronic diseases.
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Barnes & Noble Workers Organizing Union Drive For The Largest Bookstore Chain In The US 

Workers for Barnes & Noble, the largest bookstore chain in the US, are preparing for a nationwide union drive after six outlet stores voted to organize throughout the past year, according to reports. 
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Macy’s To Downsize And Close 150 Stores 

Macy’s will be closing 150 underperforming stores. They’re planning on closing 50 by the end of 2024, and the remaining 100 over the course of the next few years. The ultimate goal is to have just 350 Macy’s stores by 2026. 
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Former Disney Star Bridget Mendler Is Launching A Satellite Data Startup 

Former Disney star Bridget Mendler, known for appearing in programs like “Good Luck Charlie,” “The Clique,” “Lemonade Mouth,” and more, is not embarking on a new venture that will change how satellite data moves from space back down to Earth. 
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Championing Equity and Inclusion in Education | Dr. Dorothea Gordon

Education is often hailed as a transformative force, shaping lives and futures with every lesson learned and every book opened. Yet, for many, access to quality education remains a hurdle, entwined with economic barriers and societal biases that can alter the trajectory of a young mind. These challenges are not merely academic; they are deeply personal, affecting individuals who recognize education not just as a pathway to opportunity but as a fundamental right.