Hey, working folks, hope you enjoyed Labor Day. Yep, you got your one day; the other 364 belong to the employers.
We’ve got two examples of capitalism at work in Vermont: another shifty move from the formerly conscience-ridden Keurig Green Mountain, and a T-shirt factory meets its inevitable demise.
First up, from the Reuters news service:
When Keurig Green Mountain Inc said last December it was shifting its coffee buying operation to Lausanne in Switzerland from its headquarters in Waterbury, Vermont, it said the move would establish the company as a “global beverage player.”
The seller of brewing machines and single-serve coffee pods said nothing about a little-known exemption in the U.S. tax code…
Ah yes, the tax code: refuge of capitalist scoundrels.