"1. No, no one would notice. In case someone would want to attack us for it; we could talk us out of it.
2.Not politically. Even though, it would be bad business practice. Why not offer services in spanish to our spanish speaking customers?"
"Legally, San Francisco tried to "dis-incentivize"the "Happy Meal" by banning the toys. Net result, a lot of carping in the local papers and a tad higher profit for the franchisee(s)...who no longer had to buy the toys."
"1) No. However, though it is not wrong or illegal, it COULD be a symptom and could be used as evidence to support a sexual harassment case and/or gender discrimination. In and of itself, refusing to support breast cancer while supporting prostate is…"