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The coffee giant new annual holiday design lit up the Internet -- for the wrong reasons.
The partnership, code-named project 'T-Rex,' called for Theranos blood test facilities to be built in 800 Safeway stores nationwide.
Our exclusive Q&A with Julia Cordray, the brassy CEO behind the Internet's most hated app.
Many users complained that the decision amounted to a Facebook ripoff and did away with a useful sense of subtlety.
America's favorite blue-collar hero says there's 'no longer a limit to what people can be offended by.'
"We made a mistake," SXSW Interactive's director said on the decision to cancel the panels after threats of violence.
'Maintaining civil and respectful dialogue within the big tent is more important than any particular session,' the event's director said in a statement.
Here's how Dunkin' Donuts quelled a strange quandary from a parody site called Clickhole.
Imagine if Tinder, Facebook and LinkedIn had a snarky stalker baby and, yuck, you're there.
McAfee will be running as a member of the self-started 'Cyber Party,' with a platform that touts his unique tech proficiencies.
In business, you don't have to be liked to be successful. In politics, it's crucial.
An independent inquiry found the CEO had been aware the company had inflated its profits by $1.2 billion over a period of several years.
Sources say Hisao Tanaka and other board members will exit the Japanese tech company.
The fast-food chain announced that the two parties decided to suspend their relationship.
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