Via NY Daily News
The feds are looking to put the f-stop to alleged unfair labor practices at one of New York’s most iconic stores.
A discrimination lawsuit filed by the Department of Labor could cost Midtown photography giant B&H $46 million in federal contracts.
The complaint, filed late Wednesday with DOL’s Office of Administrative Law Judges, alleges the company harassed and discriminated against Hispanic workers at its Brooklyn warehouses.
If B&H loses the case, its federal contracts could be at risk, and it could be barred from winning new ones in the future.
Cavalli Photoshopping Beyoncé: Who's to Blame?
I don't often read the news but I saw this in the news recently. "Cavalli announced via email that Bey wore a special Roberto Cavalli "created exclusively for her 'The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour'" at her recent concert, a multicolored silk gown with gold embellishments and cutouts."
And with this they attached the image above.
Oh no they didn't!
On Facebook Cavalli tweeted:
He also tweeted, "We would like to clarify that the image of the gown created by Roberto Cavalli for Beyoncé is a sketch and not a photo,...