The video-streaming and DVD-by-mail company gets the lowest marks of any online retailer and trails only Wal-Mart overall.
They also take a cut of the counter staff's often skimpy gratuity. But it's better than nothing when few customers carry cash.
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A new survey finds that most think their employees lack necessary collaborative, communication and critical-thinking skills.
The university has issued a press release trimming the amount of chocolate-hazelnut spread stolen from its dining halls.
The struggling brand brings in celebrities and a new bottle to reverse declining sales, but bigger problems are draining its appeal.
Workers at the Daily Voice were promised good news last Friday, only to find out on Monday they've been fired without severance.
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