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Wendy's Roasts Jack in the Box by Making Fun of McDonald's: 'Somehow Not the Worst'

The brand hosted its annual National Roast Day on Twitter -- and no brand or chain was safe.

Emily Rella

Now Is the Time to Get a Grip Around New Data-Privacy Realities

Compliance might have seemed like a daunting task in the recent past, but things are just getting exciting as we move into 2022.

Dogecoin Jumps 15% After Elon Musk Says Tesla Will Accept the Meme Coin for Merchandise

Musk has been a vocal supporter of Dogecoin, frequently firing off tweets that move its price.

Amanda Breen

Delta Will Give a One-Time $1,250 Payment to Employees

Delta employees should expect the payment on February 14.

Chloe Arrojado

A taste for sweet – an anthropologist explains the evolutionary origins of why you're programmed to love sugar

If you ever feel like you can’t stop eating sugar, you are responding precisely as programmed by natural selection. What was once an evolutionary advantage has a different effect today.

Stephen Wooding

The metaverse is money and crypto is king – why you'll be on a blockchain when you're virtual-world hopping

For the metaverse to work, people need to own their virtual bodies and possessions and be able to spend money. The same cryptographic technology behind bitcoin will make that possible.

Rabindra Ratan

New Strategies to Cope With Your Supply Chain and Pandemic-Related Disruptions

Companies looking to reap consumer loyalty must seriously consider new strategies.

Bill Gates Says Covid-19 May Soon 'Be Treated More Like Seasonal Flu'

The billionaire joined Prof. Devi Sridhar for a conversation on the pandemic and its future.

Emily Rella

Prices for New Vehicles Hit Record High: Kelley Blue Book

"New-vehicle average transaction prices (ATPs) increased further into record territory in December 2021 to reach $47,077," said the Kelley Blue Book report published Tuesday.

The Epoch Times

Weekly Unemployment Claims Jump In Possible Sign of Omicron Hit to Jobs Recovery

First-time filings for unemployment insurance came in at 230,000 for the week ending Jan. 8, up from the prior week's 207,000, the Labor Department said in a report.

The Epoch Times