A group of 200 CEOs has called upon President Trump and Congress to legislate police reform. In an open letter, the Business Roundtable demanded that the government address police brutality before Congress recesses in August. Leaders from America's largest companies comprise the coalition. Among them, the CEOs...
America is still number one when it comes to delicious sweets. A recent look at the best-selling chocolate bars of all time showed that American brands beat out all the rest--even the Swiss! When it comes to chocolate, that's no easy feat. Keep reading for the top...
In the all-American tradition of celebrities running for president, rapper and designer Kanye West has announced his presidential candidacy. The cryptic announcement has set off a firestorm of confusion, amusement, and panic across the internet. The Tweet to Start It All
The drive-in movie is back. And it’s getting a boost from the indie film world. Tribeca Enterprises, the film group responsible for the Tribeca International Film Festival, announced this week that it would launch a nationwide, summer drive-in series. On Wednesday, it revealed a partnership...
Sportswear brand Lululemon is acquiring the at-home fitness service Mirror for $500 million. This is the Canadian athletics brand's first acquisition and it should be official by the year's end. A Shiny New Product Mirror dubs its flagship product as...
A former Disney World customer relations employee has been charged with embezzling $100,000 from the Orlando theme park. Jennifer Alejandra Insuasti, a 32-year-old Florida woman, turned herself in to authorities on Monday. She is being charged by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement with one count...
Famed venture capitalist Michael Rothenberg is facing criminal charges for defrauding almost $20 million. Rothenberg’s crimes allegedly took place between 2013 and 2016 and include lying to banks and tricking investors out of money. Who is Michael Rothenberg? Michael Brent...
Facebook has responded to over a hundred companies that have pulled ads from the social network in the past week. The ad boycott is an effort by some of the nation's most prominent brands, including Coca-Cola and Verizon, to compel Facebook to update its policy regarding hate...
Verizon has joined a growing list of companies pulling advertisements from Facebook. The boycott will span the month of July, in an effort to pressure the social media juggernaut to revise its hate speech policy. Verizon Joins the Movement Verizon...
The health and nutrition store GNC announced it would close 1,200 of its locations. This announcement comes after the company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection this Tuesday. GNC has also stated that it’s looking for a buyer. Nail in the Coffin
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