Workers pleaded with factory owners for a raise, to .25 a day. And so I’m California dreamin’ if I think Gap, a publicly-traded company, would consider manufacturing in the good ol’ expensive USA. CAMJ’S Top 5 California-Made Products: #5) GRGICH HILLS ESTATE CHARDONNAY Napa Valley’s Miljenko “Mike”Grgich is legendary in the wine world.
London studio Feed Me Light says they “had a blast capturing all the horrifying characters you encounter in the world of online dating” in this witty and revealing clip for UK start-up True View.
And yet–here riches and embarrassment again intertwine–the Golden State also has extreme poverty. employs at least a million garment workers in China and elsewhere, but none here in California (or in the USA).
The Central Valley, for example, has been characterized as one of the most economically depressed regions in the United States, on par with the region of Appalachia. Founded in San Francisco, Gap, Inc.’s corporate offices remain there.
The Facebook-owned messaging app is also expected to soon make a foray into digital payment services starting with India and is looking to hire a digital transactions head for the country.Indians are leading when it comes to spending time on Whats App video calls.“India is the top country for video calling minutes with a total of over 50 million video calling minutes per day,” the company said in a statement.Last year in November 2016, Whats App announced the rollout of its Whats App video calling feature with more than 1.2 billion monthly active users globally across platforms such as i OS, Android and Windows.With the video calling feature, Whats App is now competing with Microsoft-owned Skype and Google’s Duo.“Video calling is one of the most requested features from people in India.We’re proud to have the opportunity to launch this feature in India and look forward to seeing people use Whats App to talk to their friends and loved ones face to face,” said Jan Koum, CEO and Co-Founder, Whats App.
clearly forbids nudity, sexual content, and bullying in its community guidelines, but there's no promise of oversight. Users can report violators as well as block specific viewers, but live streaming is totally unpredictable -- there's no way to ensure teens won't encounter objectionable live content.