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Elon Musk Personally Cancels 'Super Rude' Customer's Tesla Model X Order
Don't cross the Bel Air billionaire. He has the power to ban you.
Fans React Angrily After Popular YouTubers File to Trademark 'React'
The Fine Brothers claim the filing was about protecting their brand, but the pair have since announced that they will withdraw the application.
Mark Cuban Slams Y Combinator Co-Founder for Dissing Shark Tank in Ugly Twitter Feud
Don't swim with sharks, not if you can't bite back.
This 'Smart Wallet' Found Success on Kickstarter and Indiegogo. So Why Didn't It Deliver?
Crowdfunding is all about the numbers, but the humans behind the risky campaigns are often hard to calculate.
With Orgying Models and Public Breastfeeding, Are Equinox's Latest Ads a Desperate Ploy or Pure Genius?
The campaign, shot by fashion photographer Steven Klein, features the tagline, 'Commit to something.'
Stingy Company Ordered to Pay $1.75 Million to Workers It Forced to Choose Between Pay and Bathroom Breaks
'No worker should have to face the choice: Do I take a bathroom break, or do I get paid?'
Chipotle Cooks Up New, Stricter Food Safety Rules Amid E. Coli Fiasco
A dash of DNA testing here and a sprinkle of scalded onions there, and Chipotle just might save face yet.
Video Containing Allegations Dan Price Abused His Ex-Wife Won't Publish and Has Been Deleted
The University of Kentucky, which hosted the TEDx talk in question last October, says it made its decision after being contacted by Price's representatives.
The Seriously Unsexy Origins of the Graham Cracker
The dry, plain crackers were invented to cool certain urges. You know the ones.
The 5 Worst Marketing Fails of 2015
From sickeningly sexist ads to a QR code that accidentally directs to a porn site, here are the gnarliest marketing sins of the year.
Dan Price Says Reports He Abused His Ex-Wife Are False
Kristie Colón reportedly recorded a TEDx talk where she accounts physical and mental abuse at the hands of the Gravity Payments CEO, according to a report in Bloomberg Businessweek.
Tinder CEO Sean Rad Makes Veiled Threat to Vanity Fair Reporter Ahead of IPO
The off-color comments come just days before the Match Group, Tinder's parent company, plans to raise a reported $466 million in its IPO.
3 Lessons from Starbucks' Red Cup 'Controversy'
The coffee giant new annual holiday design lit up the Internet -- for the wrong reasons.
Safeway Seeks to Dissolve Secret $350 Million Deal With Beleaguered Blood Startup Theranos
The partnership, code-named project 'T-Rex,' called for Theranos blood test facilities to be built in 800 Safeway stores nationwide.
'Yelp For People' Co-Founder: Your Hate Only Fuels My Resolve to Launch Peeple
Our exclusive Q&A with Julia Cordray, the brassy CEO behind the Internet's most hated app.