Yes, those are cable ties.
Yes, those are cable ties.
The 500ml bottle of McDonald’s-certified Big Mac Special Sauce was put on eBay two days ago.
They called bullshit on the consumer-driven hell-iday in the best way possible.
GlobalFoundries will get the business and IBM’s intellectual property rights to the semiconductor business. Big Blue will get rid of an unprofitable arm of its business.
You could say they’re “flipping their shit over Flipkart,” AMIRITE.
Interviews with nearly 20 students at Everest Colleges across the country paint a picture of misleading information or half-truths being disseminated by advisors about its financial state. Half of them had never been told that their school’s campus was up for sale.
Judge says sale of team to ex-Microsoft CEO can move forward.
The American Apparel founder is sacrificing any future involvement with the company in return for ensuring that new management stays true to the core principles on which it was founded.
The tech mogul has won the bidding for the team and set a record price for an NBA franchise.
Randy Falco, who previously served as one of the highest-ranking executives at NBC, said on Univision’s first-quarter earnings call Monday that the Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger is bad for competition, particularly for Hispanic consumers. NBC owns Univision’s top competitor, Telemundo.
Basically, we’re all brainwashed.
Sardar Biglari, who owns a 20% stake, said the company’s “handling of the Duck Dynasty controversy is another example of poor judgment.”
Recent stories about a potential sale of Time Warner Cable offer a master class in the subtle semiotics of deal-making. A reader’s guide.
After more than a year of denials from Chief Executive Thorsten Heins, BlackBerry said on Monday it was exploring a potential sale of the company. Once the dominant smartphone provider, BlackBerry has struggled in recent years and is now ranked fourth globally, according to research firm IDC.
Washington Post Co. CEO Donald Graham, pictured below with publisher Katharine Weymouth, announced the sale of the Washington Post newspaper to Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos for $250 million, ending 80 years of family ownership. Graham said the family weren’t the best owners for the paper anymore.
IBT’s plans to revive the title aren’t clear.The company has ties to controversial religious leader David Jang’s Olivet University.
There is no law protecting the sale of the city’s most prized art works that are worth billions of dollars.
The online video service, which generates nearly $700 million in annual revenue, is stuck in ownership purgatory.
In bidding for Hulu, Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer is taking a page from former interim CEO Ross Levinsohn’s playbook. She’ll be going up against Levinsohn for the second time, as he too is bidding for the online video site.
The little things really add up. Admit it: there’s a small part of you that relates to the ladies on Extreme Couponing.
It’s that time of year when everything ever sold in a store is on sale. A lot of the time when things end up on sale, there is a pretty obvious reason!
Current’s CEO Joel Hyatt informed his staff that they had been purchased by Qatar-based Al-Jazeera, and that the network would no longer be carried by Time Warner Cable in an email on January 2. The subject line: “BIG NEWS FOR THE NEW YEAR!”
Shameless publicity stunt? Yes. Did it absolutely work? Also yes. Desigual clothing stores across Europe held an “Arrive Half-Naked, Leave Fully Dressed” sale this week, in which mostly-nude bargain hunters received steep discounts. Here are shots of attractive people in their underwear from Lyon, Sevilla and Prague.
Let’s all titter at these Dick’s signs. And then titter at the word “titter.” I’m a grown up. View List ›
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