That’s a pretty big f**k up by the Corriere della Sera.
The Milan-based, leading Italian newspaper (a circulation of about 464,000 copies daily, with an estimated 3,1 million readers) has just printed a collection of cartoons originally posted on Facebook in solidarity with Charlie Hebdo. The instant book, unimaginatively titled “Je Suis Charlie” was sold together with the Corriere at a cover price 4,90 euros, with all the proceeds apparently destined for the families of the victims of the vicious attack. Problem is, nobody asked the authors permission for printing their work.
A spectre is haunting VICE – the spectre of the working class.
After thrashing England’s “Young Douchebags” and debunking the American Bro, the popular mag has recently expanded its reach into the international realm: “Essi Vivono!” (“They Live!”) titles the Italian leg of the thug-bashing tour.
Walmart, il primo datore di lavoro privato del pianeta (2 milioni di dipendenti), la più grande catena di negozi (8500) del mondo, la seconda corporation per capitalizzazione (468 miliardi di dollari), in occasione del Ringraziamento ha avuto una brillante idea : organizzare una colletta di cibo tra i dipendenti per aiutare quei colleghi che non ce la fanno ad arrivare a fine mese. Continue reading “Walmart: l’elemosina dei padroni”→
AS MANY OTHER VIDEOS gone viral on Youtube, this liberating, mildly choreographic effort to say “goodbye” to a despotic boss made me release more depressant toxins that it apparently did to other million viewers.