Chicken Lobby Urges Trump Admin to Undo Safety Measures for Poultry Workers
Here's how speeding up inspection lines might compromise labor conditions—and the safety of your chicken.
The 'Feminist Brigade' Searching for People Trapped in Rubble in Mexico
“We are women defending women,” one volunteer told Broadly by the ruins of a factory. “We have demanded our right to defend our female comrades and their human rights.”
The 'Robots Replacing Foxconn Workers' Story Is Less Sexy Than You Think
A former Foxconn executive explains why media reports heralding a robot takeover are overblown.
How Is Capitalism Going to End? An Interview with Journalist Paul Mason
In his new book, <i>Postcapitalism: A Guide to Our Future</i>, Mason predicts that we're due a new economic system, one birthed by the "smartphone generation."
The High Cost of Cheap Clothes
Cambodian authorities are pushing former sex workers into a trade where conditions and pay are even worse: making clothing for Western brands.
Steve Jobs Wanted Computers to Be Made By Perfect Robots, Not Underpaid Chinese Workers
When he ran NeXT Computer, Steve Jobs decided that his machines were too precious to be handled by slow, accident-prone, whiny humans. Only the machines really knew how to handle the machines. To assemble one of his sleek $9,995 NeXT workstations...