John Sculley gives more details on one of the most notorious executive rejections in history.
As remakes and sequels have increased, movie attendance has plummeted. It's more correlation than cause, but it doesn't mean US audiences don't want original ideas.
The Hall of Fame cornerback who criticized concussion lawsuits from his NFL Network pulpit has been deemed 86% disabled by doctors.
The designer appears to use the showdown over chemical weapons as an opportunity to sell shoes. This isn't the first time he's waded into controversy.
An anonymous antagonist in Portland, Ore., is targeting them as a drain on taxpayers. The same person has challenged the disabled as well.
The grocer took its time fixing refrigerant leaks. Its procrastination will cost it $4.7 million in fines and repairs.
Employees at a store in New York quit at the same time and call out their manager online. That's a particularly tough loss when malls are dying and employing fewer young workers than ever.
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