The university has issued a press release trimming the amount of chocolate-hazelnut spread stolen from its dining halls.
Somebody did -- and got called out for it online. For dining-industry workers, it's just the latest in a string of penny-pinching indignities.
India says the Mondelēz subsidiary lied to get a tax exemption, thereby avoiding $46 million in taxes.
The blogosphere is full of jeering about all the financial pundits who were recently preaching that gloom and doom were upon the markets.
An online shirt shop kicked off Amazon for trying to boost its numbers with randomized apparel phrases runs out of cash.
Michael Katz claimed the company publicly humiliated him to avoid paying the bonus he was promised after selling his online ad company.
First, the Swedish mega-chain got caught in the horse meat scandal. Now, it finds out China has dumped nearly 2 tons of its tainted chocolate cake.
Employees at Chivas Brothers accidentally drained massive amounts of product into the sewers one night.
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