A judge sharply chides the company attorney who's defending the retailer's 'look policy.'
A powerhouse corporate and government lawyer for a website owner destroys West Orange's legal counsel with a 3-page scolding.
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.
Authorities were concerned that store owners in New York, Virginia and elsewhere had set up a 'modern-day plantation system.'
An employee of the fast-food chain is caught chugging a Frosty straight from the tap, adding to a recent string of disgusting fast-food images.
A judge rules that a movie studio should pay interns working on 'Black Swan.' Other recession-era interns are also filing suit.
Neglected stores, a sinking stock and beloved brands found elsewhere have turned shoppers and investors alike against the chain.
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