This Day in Jewish History 1995: Malden Mills Burns Down, Shows What an Employer With a Heart Looks Like

Happy birthday, Aaron Feuerstein, briefly hailed hero, whose Jewish ethics influenced him not to fire the whole staff right before Christmas.

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On December 11, 1995, the core buildings of the Malden Mills textile plant, in Lawrence, Massachusetts, burned to the ground, in what has been described as the worst fire in the 20th-century history of that...