Back in my college days at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor we’d visit Zingerman’s delicatessen at 422 Detroit St. I’d order a big fat hot pastrami on dark rye with mustard, swiss, lettuce and tomato. It came with a juicy deli pickle made on site. For a student on a budget it was enough tasty wonderfulness to last two meals.
You know large corporations benefit from their giving — here's how you can too
In 2015, Google gave $167.8 million to charity. Much of it went to a nonprofit that aids the poor, some to a school for the blind, and more to advocates for criminal justice reform.
Just off flight. 6 pm. Get to the hotel at 7:30. Hit the gym. You’re all set for tomorrow’s meetings — or so you think. But unbeknownst to you, rolling into your phone, through cables deep beneath some incomprehensibly expansive ocean, a message, arriving with its deceptively chipper ding: “Hey, they want to see a presentation tomorrow — can you put something together?”