The firm had pledged in 2007 to spend $30 million over three years to help those who lack health coverage, but its tax records and website show it gave only $6.2 million. The company disputes that.
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Love this kind of reporting, that holds companies accountable for the promises they make. This one is well-research. It appears that the reporter gave the company plenty of opportunities to explain the discrepancy in their giving to little avail.
This is a story that presents facts, and little opinion. It stays on point, and gathered an adequate amount of facts supporting the article's headline. It sought comment from the company criticized in the piece.