Áine Cain, Business Insider

Áine Cain

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Recent articles by Áine:

Walmart, McDonald's, Amazon should 'say goodbye to attracting top female talent' in abortion 'trigger law' states

Planned Parenthood has been flooded with calls from companies asking what to do if Roe v. Wade goes. But when Insider called top employers in states with "trigger" abortion bans, few would comment. → Read More

Walmart Plus will double its fuel discount to 10 cents a gallon, add 12,000 Exxon Mobil stations

"Fuel is not a discretionary purchase, it's something that consumers need," Walmart executive Chris Cracchiolo told Insider. → Read More

Carl Icahn slams McDonald's for putting out 'hollow' responses to 'animal welfare violations'

In a letter to other shareholders, Carl Icahn wrote that McDonald's corporate leadership acting in a "irresponsible and reprehensible manner." → Read More

Netflix is bleeding subscribers for the first time in over a decade — and it's expecting to lose another 2 million subscribers in coming months

"The big COVID boost to streaming obscured the picture until recently," Netflix wrote in a letter to shareholders. → Read More

White House aide, Twitter users slam Delta Air Lines for referring to COVID as "ordinary seasonal virus"

Delta Air Lines has since updated its post where it referred to COVID-19 as having "transitioned to an ordinary seasonal virus." → Read More

A judge ruled that Amazon must reinstate a Staten Island worker who was fired

After exchanging words with a coworker at a 2020 protest, Gerald Bryson was fired from his job at Amazon's Staten Island warehouse. → Read More

Amazon is hitting its sellers with a 5% fee due to inflation and increased fuel costs, and there's a good chance products will get more expensive as a result

"FBA sellers can only handle so much margin compression before customers are affected," Black Label founder and CEO Jon Elder told Insider. → Read More

Amazon is looking to recruit recent high school graduates to work at its warehouses

Amazon is planning to send recruiters to schools across the US, according to a new report from The Information. → Read More

A Disney heir who publicly came out as trans is criticizing Florida's controversial 'Don't say gay' law

Florida's "Don't say gay" law bars educators from speaking about issues around sexuality and gender to their elementary school students. → Read More

Google is suing a person it says ran a puppy-breeder website scam that ripped off hopeful pet owners

Google's lawyers wrote that the alleged online puppy scam is particularly "nefarious" because it "exploits the joy of pet adoption." → Read More

Candy giant recalls Kinder chocolates sold at Costco and BJ's over salmonella fears

"We will continue to work cooperatively with the Food and Drug Administration to address this matter," a Ferrero spokesperson wrote in a statement. → Read More

Walmart is offering truckers a starting salary between $95,000 to $110,000 a year, as retailers scramble to shore up supply-chain capabilities

Walmart is also establishing programs to allow its employees to train to become truck drivers themselves. → Read More

Dolly Parton explains why she identifies as a 'professionalist' rather than a 'perfectionist'

"If you make a mistake, it's best that you just pick it up and turn it into something positive," Dolly Parton said in a podcast with Adam Grant. → Read More

WarnerMedia CEO Jason Kilar is stepping down — read the full memo he sent employees, including a promise to send personal goodbye gifts to staff

Jason Kilar first took on the role of CEO of WarnerMedia in 2020. He previously worked at Hulu and Amazon. → Read More

California authorities say they've busted a ring of professional shoplifters who stole $135,000 worth of merchandise from retailers like Macy's, Abercrombie, and Lululemon

The spate of retail thefts took place across California in Los Angeles, Orange County, Sacramento, and San Bernardino, according to authorities. → Read More

Dollar Tree was slapped with a $32,000 fine over a cluttered store, which Oregon safety officials said repeatedly endangered workers

Oregon OSHA said the investigation into the store in Wilsonville, Oregon began in November 2021 and ended February 2022. → Read More

Walmart sues BJ's, alleging the members-only warehouse chain ripped off its self-checkout technology

Walmart is asking a Florida court for unspecified damages. BJ's has not yet filed a response in the case. → Read More

On the Tesla production line: Dozens of former employees say they faced catcalls, groping, slurs, and harassment on the job

Forty-six lawsuits allege employees were targeted, harassed, and in some cases physically assaulted based on their gender and race. → Read More

Home Depot says Canadian worksheet on 'unpacking privilege' was unauthorized after conservatives accuse company of going 'woke'

A representative of Home Depot told Insider that the unauthorized worksheet came from the company's Canada division. → Read More

A pancake mix sold at Walmart and Kroger was recalled over concerns about cable fragment contamination

Continental Mills is a third-party brand with pancake mix products sold at retail giants like Walmart and Kroger. → Read More