In a revealing incident, a shop clerk who didn't recognize Winfrey assumed the ultra-wealthy star couldn't afford a pricey handbag.
A Russian customer decides to rewrite a credit card contract, and now the company is complaining because it didn't read the fine print. Shoe, meet other foot.
Parental outrage over messages that foster stereotypes forces an about-face. Why do companies keep trying this strategy?
The woman at the center of a notorious 1987 New York City kidnapping case has ducked a defamation claim awarded to her accuser. That cost her 9% interest each year, but she won't owe anything if she recants.
The much reviled Boston bomber article doubled newsstand sales for the magazine, even after some stores banned the issue.
New Zealand may give a South African man the boot for taxing the country's health care system. Never mind that he lost 60 pounds while he was there.
Scientists hope to study fossils of 2 prehistoric creatures locked in combat, but instead they're heading for an auction.
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As the market wades through what many people hope is a sixth bull year, some have grown nervous about how long the run can go.
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Breaking up big banks is an untested solution to the too big to fail problem that attempts to isolate and dismantle large, troubled institutions while protecting the rest of the economy.
As fears rise over costs and higher tuition, some law schools advertise their own plans to cover loan replacements.
In a tax case, a US judge ruled that the agency's published guidelines don't hold up in court.
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