Employees at public relations firm Star Group are complaining that director Steven Spielberg is cheap. The firm were forced to work at a cut rate for his pet charity, the USC Shoah Foundation Institute.
After Schindler's List,Spielberg started the Shoah foundation to record first hand accounts of survivors of the concentration camps. This year, the dinner is in Philadelphia and the honoree is Brian Roberts, CEO from Comcast. For one month starting April 25, Comcast through its On Demand service and Infinity is offering for free ten films from the Institute.
Star was awarded the job because they handle the Museum of American Jewish History.
Don't you hate when billionaires begrudge us working stiffs a decent wage?