That shows how little I know. A graduate student by the name of Cynthia Magnus found trashed merchandise outside the back entrance of H&M in New York City. She also found Wal-Mart items a few doors down that had been dumped. She exposed both companies for being so heartless when so many people are suffering. They have both agreed to stop trashing their goods and donate it to charity. Bravo, but it's so sad that it took someone with a heart to slap these corporate giant's hands and take their scissors before they agreed to allow those in need to benefit from what they perceived to be trash.
I guess when you make million dollar salaries, you don't think much about the struggling families across town or around the corner. I guess when you see CNN or your local TV station discussing the economy, it just goes in one ear and out the other. Especially when you're safe and warm in your mansion with a hefty bank account others aren't important.
I'm glad to hear that WalMart and H & M will now donate their unsold goods to charity. I believe they need to change their hiring process as well. They should require all of their employees to have a heart and to possess compassion for their fellow human beings.