News and Articles About Controversies
Trump & Business
After a week of controversy, the CEO says the words that sparked a boycott did not reflect his intent.
YouTube's most popular creator will no longer work with Maker Studios or stream the second season of his reality show on YouTube Red.
'With a show being made about your life, I think the smartest thing is to kind of stay out of the way,' Sophia Amoruso said.
He co-created the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, which is closing its doors after 146 years.
It seems that the controversial McDonald's location is trying to get on its new neighbor's good side.
The Church leadership isn't exactly a fan of the new Golden Arches location.
Consider counterbalancing your freedom of speech with your right to remain silent. Both are precious.
Radicals & Visionaries
The billionaire Brit dropped a smoke bomb of skunky parental advice at a conference for entrepreneurs yesterday.
Redstone's battle with his Viacom team and board shows why founders or CEOs have to learn to bow out gracefully.
The airline stands by its old-fashioned stance on attire, but experts say it doesn't have to. Here's why.
The world's largest social network said in a blogpost that it was introducing several changes, including elimination of a top-10 list of approved websites, more training and clearer guidelines to help human editors avoid ideological or political bias.
'When we found out what Shannon was going through, we wanted to help and turn the experience into a positive one,' co-founder and CEO Sean Rad tells Entrepreneur.
After sparking outrage with a truly stupid feature on National Weed Day, the media-sharing service hasn't gotten around to snapping an apology.
The retailer says that it stands for inclusivity and equality.
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