Tobacco company Marlboro has introduced vitamin-infused cigarettes called Vitarettes.
The company says it’s targeting the health-conscious smoker as the safer, more nutritious way to smoke.... Read More →
Shoppers in Bakersfield, California looted local boutique candle store Candlez yesterday after the store refused to open on Thanksgiving Day
The disgruntled shoppers became enraged the boutique candle shop was closed and expressed their anger by looting the store, leaving only broken glass and empty shelves in their wake. Police say they caused over $100,000 in damage.... Read More →
In an interview with the Eastern Times, the company said the 90-second video will ask passengers to pray to whatever god they believe in and ask that the aircraft arrive safely at its destination.... Read More →
According to a report in the Ozark Post-Gazette, the store’s management decided to execute Jeremy Gleason, 43, in an alley behind the store in accordance with the Biblical verse Leviticus 20:13, which commands believers to kill homosexual men.... Read More →
Hobby Lobby fired an employee yesterday for divorcing her husband without company approval.
33-year old Jennifer Silverton of Scottsdale, Ariz., spent seven years as a cashier at the arts and crafts retail giant and was promoted to assistant manager just two weeks ago.... Read More →
As the United States tightens economic sanctions against Russia, the Obama administration announced today an import ban on Russian vodka effective immediately.
In a press conference today, Secretary of State John Kerry told reporters that he decided on the move to punish Moscow for its invasion of Crimea.... Read More →
As the rhetoric in Washington, D.C. moves toward addressing income inequality, super wealthy Americans are expressing interest in moving out -- and going south of the border.
Mexican immigration officials reported that their website saw a massive surge in visitor traffic in the weeks following President Obama's executive order to raise the minimum wage. Data provided by the National Security Agency (NSA) showed that most online visitors originated from the United States' wealthiest Zip codes.... Read More →
Walmart announced plans today to create its own payday loan business to support its financially strapped employees.
In a press release posted on its website, the nation's largest retailer said that it decided to launch the service after hearing complaints that workers often have trouble paying their monthly bills.... Read More →
The Treasury Department this morning quietly announced a massive bailout of Blockbuster Video.
According to a department spokesperson, the government will be injecting $2 billion into the ailing company in hopes of preventing its closure and saving thousands of jobs.... Read More →
Goldman Sachs is coming under fierce criticism today for attempting to profit from Typhoon Haiyan though price gouging.
According to local reports, a company controlled by the notorious Wall Street investment bank is taking advantage of the storm's chaotic aftermath in the Philippines to charge huge markups on basic supplies, even selling one-liter bottles of water for 875 pesos (US$20) to thirsty survivors.... Read More →
The former CEO of investment bank Lehman Brothers was arrested this morning for purchasing medical marijuana in Boulder, Colorado.
In a statement to local media, the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) said it apprehended Wall Street kingpin Dick Fuld while raiding the Flatiron Herbal Wellness Center, a popular dispensary in this picturesque college town outside Denver.... Read More →
Federal authorities announced today they are investigating Goldman Sachs for attempting to corner the baby food market.
According to a complaint filed by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), Goldman has been using shell companies to buy bulk shipments of baby food and keep it in warehouses until scarcity forces prices to rise. The Wall Street investment bank then sells back the baby food to retailers at a substantial profit.... Read More →