Critics accused the store of using its novelty items to promote substance abuse. Health experts say America's prescribing itself enough problems as it is.
The clothing chain's founder and well-known TV pitchman cites 'concerns' with the board over strategy. There must be more to it.
Among other major shifts, these veterans predict Hollywood's focus on mega-budget films will mean far fewer and more expensive theaters.
Amid popular outrage, the satellite TV provider says it was a mistake to demand payment for lost equipment.
Despite telecom and Internet company denials about sharing data with intelligence agencies, the Prism program makes it clear that privacy only exists offline -- way offline.
The billionaire has filed a libel suit claiming the magazine's annual ranking of the world's wealthiest people underestimated his fortune.
A New Jersey man posted the auction as a joke, but nearly 200 people ran the price to almost $100,000.
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Shares of the food company are up nearly 50% this year, and it's hard to justify buying in now at $45.
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