The Unilever announcement strikes a blow against global efforts by the boycott, divestment, and sanctions (BDS) movement to divest from the Jewish state, a movement dear to the hearts and corporate checkbooks of key board members of Ben & Jerry's in the United States.
Kourtney Kardashian's Portofino wedding "hosted" by Dolce & Gabbana's founders follows the form set by Lady Kitty Spencer in 2021.
If the Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade, 26 states are certain or likely to move quickly toward banning abortion, according to policy experts.
"I need a large purchase from Home Depot or Lowes. Which one is less trumpy?"
"We're paying more, and we're not getting what we feel like we deserve," sellers on Etsy said.
The protest was organized by activist group Hold the Line as backlash continues following Disney's decision to oppose Florida's controversial Don't Say Gay bill.
Although the choice to keep the 190 stores open in Russia falls on franchise owner Christopher Wynne, the Papa John's brand is facing backlash for his decision.
Subway said that it will redirect profits from operations in Russia to humanitarian efforts supporting Ukrainians and that it's working to provide meals for Ukrainian refugees across Europe.
A spokesperson for Heineken told Newsweek that the beer company has 1,800 employees and seven breweries in Russia.
The tech giant on Friday reaffirmed support for the Ukrainian government and its partnership with the nation.
"It's a small statement on behalf of this local bar here. It's what I can do," one owner said.
The Suffolk County Police Benevolent Association announced that it would be skipping the show, citing lyrics from Snoop Dogg's recently released track "Police."
"If you feel infringed by what this Communist movement is doing, cancel DirecTV!" Trump said.
The opening ceremony will kick off at Beijing National Stadium on Friday amid a diplomatic boycott from the U.S.
The Biden administration in December announced a diplomatic boycott of Beijing's Winter Games to protest China's alleged human rights abuses.
Last month, the U.S. announced its diplomatic boycott of the 2022 Winter Olympics, due to 1 million Uyghur Muslims being detained in Xinjiang.
Misinformation about Walmart's policy on the unvaccinated has been circulating online.
Pepsi denies the claim, saying $15,000 was sent in 2020, but the check was not cashed until August 2021 and therefore only disclosed in the Texas Ethics Commission's filings last week.
"China does not have the right to host the Olympics while committing all the torture, cruelty and genocide against Uyghurs," said one protestor.
The clothing company said its mandatory COVID-19 jab policy would stay in place—despite the Supreme Court blocking Biden's vaccine mandate for large companies.
It used to be one of the biggest nights of the year but now you can't even watch it live, here's exactly what happened to the Golden Globe Awards.
"Demand that Apple upholds its image with your wallet," the employees stated while announcing their planned walkout.
The largest faction of Japan's ruling party is reportedly pressuring the new prime minister, Fumio Kishida, into taking a hard line against China.
The Chinese government has ramped up its rhetoric since the U.S. announced a diplomatic boycott of Beijing 2022 on Monday.
Beijing says it isn't bothered by the U.S. diplomatic boycott of the Winter Games, but diplomats and state media personalities are lining up to criticize it on social media.