Toronto, August 6, 2004 (LifeSiteNews.com) – In his latest Corporate Watch Update in the Interim newspaper, journalist Tony Gosgnach reports on mostly good news items. The Curves fitness chain receives praise for donating 10% of its gross revenue – $10 million – to charities such as pro-life pregnancy care centres.
Gosgnach also reports that An AT&T Broadband employee who was fired for refusing to abide by company rules on homosexuality because of his religious beliefs has won a federal court case.
Clear Channel Communications is noted for firing shock jock Howard Stern and the Castrol oil company is reported to have pulled its advertising from the FX Network because of it explicitly sexual and violent police drama The Shield. To read the complete update as well as other July Interim stories see https://www.theinterim.com/2004/july/index.html