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Carl's Jr. Super Bowl 2015 Ad stars Charlotte McKinney

Carl's Jr. Super Bowl 2015 Ad stars Charlotte McKinney

Microsoft's HoloLens starts the Era of Holographic Computing

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Nationwide Super Bowl 2015 Ad stars Mindy Kaling and Matt Damon

Nationwide Super Bowl 2015 Ad stars Mindy Kaling and Matt Damon

Tom Brady Denies Involvement in DeflateGate Scandal

Tom Brady Denies Involvement in DeflateGate Scandal

Budweiser Super Bowl 2015 Ad Lost Dog Teaser Released

Budweiser Super Bowl 2015 Ad Lost Dog Teaser Released

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Last DC-9 Flies for One Last Time

Last DC-9 Retired Delta Airlines had already decommissioned some of its DC-9 aircraft way back in 1993. Today the last DC-9 is to take to the skies for one final journey from Minneapolis to Atlanta.

Jan 7 2014, 7:49am CST

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Selling social media clicks becomes big business Selling clicks to boost social media accounts brings hundreds of millions of dollars SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — Celebrities, businesses and even the U.S. State Department have bought bogus Facebook likes,...

Jan 5 2014, 9:31am CST

From Paula Deen To Peekaboo Pants: Biggest Retail Flops Of 2013

From Paula Deen To Peekaboo Pants: Biggest Retail Flops Of 2013 As 2013 wheezes towards the finish line, we at Forbes are looking back at the stories that shaped the year. Here on the retail beat, the past 12 months have been punctuated by some exciting, game-changing highs, like...

Dec 31 2013, 8:26am CST

Saudi Arabia's Deportation Of Foreign Workers Will Exacerbate Middle Eastern Economic Weakness

Saudi Arabia's Deportation Of Foreign Workers Will Exacerbate Middle Eastern Economic Weakness By Dr. Carol Adelman As Saudi Arabia struggles with high unemployment among men, the kingdom has launched a deportation campaign characterized as the Middle East’s largest in recent history. According to comments made...

Dec 22 2013, 8:21am CST

Disney closed factories in Bangladesh

Disney closed factories in Bangladesh The Walt Disney Company has sold merchandise which ranges from T-Shirts to Coffee Mugs in foreign countries. But recently due to dangerous accidents it has decided to forgo production in countries such as Bangladesh as well as Pakistan. One of the reasons is the high risk nature of these nations.

May 3 2013, 4:03am CDT

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