The struggling chain also saw its sales nosedive in the fourth quarter.
The U.S. Trademark Office must protect companies with slur names, according to the Circuit Court of Appeals in Washington, D.C.
You may have to bring extra documentation to the airport depending on how your state is complying with new security standards.
The employee claims her assistant and co-workers frequently mocked how she pronounced words like 'lunch,' 'buyer,' 'arrow' and, especially, 'bra.'
The city recently released updated guidelines on what actions are considered discrimination.
Grooming brand says competitor infringed on a 2004 patent involving a 'chromium-containing overcoat layer.'
The precious stones then ended up in the hands of a security guard, who then tried to make a buck, police allege.
Texas resident Mark Oberholtzer has filed a $1 million suit, citing 'shock, fear, anxiety, mental anguish, humiliation and degradation.'
If you get an unmanned aircraft system in your stocking this year, the FAA wants to know about it.
Samsung is attempting to pare back the more than $548 million in damages it was ordered to pay to Apple.
The daily fantasy sports league companies are facing increasing scrutiny.
Drivers are seeking reimbursement for expenses including vehicle maintenance and the cost of gas, which the company does not currently pay for.
The new rule applies to restaurants with more than 15 locations nationwide and concession stands at some movie theaters and sports stadiums.
The hot-button issue will be argued in the DC Circuit Court of Appeals today.
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