They even ask Mom and Dad to sit in on tryouts, and some companies think it's a good idea.
A federal judge rules the mall retailer wrongly fired a Muslim employee for wearing a hijab, for the second time in 3 years.
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Upper-class respondents showed enough entitlement and self-importance to suggest they'd kick you out of a lifeboat on the Titanic.
The tycoon is on the warpath after New York state's attorney general sued him for $40 million over 'fraudulent' advertising claims.
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