Apple will mark World AIDS Day this year by donating a portion of its retail and online sales from between Nov. 28 and Dec. 1 to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS.
World AIDS Day on Dec. 1 unites people worldwide in the fight against HIV/AIDS, expressing support for those living with the virus and remembering those who have died from it.
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Apple announced the donation plans on Monday. It has also launched a special section See Original Article
As an avid sports fan and the owner of Forever Collectibles, a sports memorabilia company in Somerset, N.J., Michael Lewis has seen his share of over-the-top apparel. Still, he wasn’t prepared for what he encountered last Dec. 20, when he came to work and found dozens of employees wearing garish sweaters covered in lights, bells, and ornaments. “It really hit me like a brick, because one outfit was more hideous than the next,” he says. It turns out it was National Ugly ChristmSee Original Article