Over the past several years, frightening statistics have been released revealing that minimum wage earners working 40 hours per week cannot afford to live above poverty level -- meaning they cannot afford rent on their own, their food budget is negligible, and of course, cable and WiFi are out of the question.
So how do highly successful conglomerates help struggling employees whose hard work made it possible for the income of CEOs to increase 725 percent over the past 30 years?
Well, McDonald's has a better idea. Instead of helping those who need it most, why not lend an unnecessary hand to another huge multinational? Like JPMorgan Chase.More »