A Brooklyn-based real estate agency offers staffers a hefty pay increase if they get inked with the firm's logo.
The environmental group doesn't 'like' Facebook's founder for his advocacy of expanded oil drilling.
The repentent retailer goes straight to customers and begs forgiveness for messing up.
Frito-Lay marketers go '90s extreme to get younger customers while messing with the original peanuts-and-popcorn mix.
CEO Les Moonves is joining Fox in making this threat in their battle with upstart Aereo. That would cost the Tiffany Network big bucks.
The dying chain is betting that the $400 headphones from the famed rapper can turn it around. That's a tall order.
With some 60,000 titles available, the removal of such fare as 'Blonde and Blonder' may not cause too much pain.
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