Chapman's Ice Cream Company is offering a $1-per-hour raise for employees that get vaccinated by the end of the month.
University towns and cities are participating in the so-called "girls night in" to raise awareness and demand better action from the government.
After the popular ice cream company pledged to stop selling its product in the Occupied Palestinian Territory, several states said they would divest.
Union workers at Nabisco are on strike and people online are sharing images of its products on store shelves—claiming consumers are boycotting the company.
"This law does not demonstrate concern for the health, safety, and well-being of those who may become pregnant," said a statement from Mayor Ted Wheeler's office.
The former transportation secretary under ex-President Donald Trump was named as part of the board on August 2.
Toyota gave $55,000 to 37 Republican objectors, which is more than twice as much as the next company on the donor list.
Social media users are calling for a boycott of fashion brand Zara after alleged controversial messages from a head designer to a Palestinian model were shared.
"The time for talking with the IOC is over," Lhadon Tethong of the Tibet Action Institute told the Associated Press. "This cannot be games as usual or business as usual; not for the IOC and not for the international community."
"We are expecting corporate leaders to be social and moral leaders and I think they're going to do well as a result," said an expert.
Critics are using the hashtag #BoycottGenshin to discuss their issues with the game, while fans are hitting back.
Eagle-eyed social media users noticed the small statue of Donald Trump in the photo uploaded by the ex-president's former adviser Stephen Miller.
Delta and Coca-Cola publicly expressed criticism of the GOP voter legislation that have been implemented in the wake of former President Donald Trump's unfounded election fraud claims.
The former president also took aim at Coca Cola and Delta after the companies hit out at Georgia's new voting laws.
Punishing red states for passing bad laws might seem like good politics from New York or Los Angeles, but it actually harms those of us living in and working to make these states fairer, more equitable places.
A failed boycott last year led Goya CEO Robert Unanue to call Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez his "employee of the month." His remarks Sunday have inspired another boycott.
Nina Skov Jensen told Newsweek, "There isn't much she can do at this point to earn our forgiveness, except destroy the entire fiasco of a movie and apologize properly."
The potential move by the U.S. would be unprecedented as the Winter Olympics have never been boycotted. If other countries followed a U.S.-led boycott, it could have an embarrassing effect for Beijing.
The supermarket chain said Saturday that the Publix heiress is neither an employee nor involved in business operations.
Cafe Zeezicht in Antwerp decided not to sell American products in 2017 "given the current American politics of Trump."
Walmart's move to suspend donations to those 147 Republicans follows similar announcements made Monday by other large companies.
"She's our hero, she helped boost sales tremendously," Goya Foods CEO Robert Unanue said of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
Despite being best known for refusing to give up her seat on an Alabama bus, Rosa Parks made numerous contributions to the Civil Rights movement and other political causes throughout her life.
"Trump deserves a second term not despite his COVID-19 response, but because of it," Bernie Marcus, the retired co-founder of The Home Depot, wrote in an opinion article published by Fox News, prompting a social media call to boycott the company on Friday.
"I can't sit by and stay silent while these platforms continue to allow the spreading of hate, propaganda and misinformation," Kim Kardashian West tweeted Wednesday.
Opponents of the Black Lives Matter movement have called American Airlines "racist, Marxist, and anti-American."
A pro-Trump display has been added to the list of reasons why more customers are refusing to shop at the arts and crafts giant Hobby Lobby, which is owned by the Green family.
On Thursday, the social network announced it would be rolling out steps to limit voter misinformation in the upcoming general election.
Kelly Loeffler, who is a senator and co-owner of the Atlanta Dream, has been an outspoken critic of the Black Lives Matter movement, despite her team vocally opposing her viewpoints.