Near the cathedral rises the octagonal Ivan the Great Bell Tower, more than 265 feet high and at one time the tallest structure in Moscow. In the adjacent belfry hang 21 bells, the biggest of which always tolled three times to announce the death of the czar. On a granite base outside sits the 200 ton Czar Bell, the world’s largest bell, although it has never been rung.
Also, credit the American sports fans. “People know that when Greece has an economic problem, we feel it too,” says Neal Pilson, the former head of CBS Sports and president of Pilson Communications, a consulting firm. “The public is aware that we are in a world wide marketplace, and a world wide sports market.
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Alone, about 1 percent of the population, so bad things are bound to happen.And they did happen, and the Feds are all over them. Federal officials have filed a formal complaint charging that Wal Mart violated the rights of protesting and striking workers last year.The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), says Wal Mart illegally fired, disciplined or threatened more than 60 employees for striking, or as the NLRB put it, for participating in legally protected activities to complain about wages and working conditions.Striking is an American right that goes as far back as the early 1800’s. The Feds see it that way too.The NLRB found that Wal Mart in more than a dozen states had seen this labor malfunction.In the complaint filed by the NLRB, they included an inner office memorandum that Wal Mart sent to its striking employees, it read:”[I]t is very important for you to understand that the company does not agree that these hit and run work stoppages are protected, and now that it has done the legal thinking on the subject, it will not excuse them in the futureShould you participate in further union orchestrated intermittent work stoppages that are part of a common plan or design to disrupt and confuse the company’s business operations, you should expect that the Company will treat any such absence as it would any other unexcused absence.”Wal Mart obviously just wants their employees to take their unfair practices, or go elsewhere.