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Elon Musk Blasts Media ‘Hypocrisy’ and Proposes Rating Journalists In a Twitter Rant

Elon Musk Blasts Media ‘Hypocrisy’ and Proposes Rating Journalists In a Twitter Rant

He blamed oil advertising money for the recent negative coverage of electric car-maker Tesla
Someone Paid $18.83 Million for Necco Wafers — and the Rest of the Company — at Auction

Someone Paid $18.83 Million for Necco Wafers — and the Rest of the Company — at Auction

The FDA recently warned that its inspectors found rodent excrement "too numerous to count" at the Necco plant
10 McDonald’s Workers File Sexual Harassment Claims in the U.S.

10 McDonald’s Workers File Sexual Harassment Claims in the U.S.

The McDonald's workers, from across the U.S., alleged groping, propositions for sex, indecent exposure and lewd comments by supervisors
Campbell Soup’s CEO Will Retire After a Three-Year Slump

Campbell Soup’s CEO Will Retire After a Three-Year Slump

Denise Morrison will be replaced on an interim basis by Keith McLoughlin
Bumble Bee CEO Charged With Fixing Canned Tuna Prices

Bumble Bee CEO Charged With Fixing Canned Tuna Prices

He's accused of working with rival companies to set prices
Why Argentina’s Talks With the IMF Are Enraging the Country

Why Argentina’s Talks With the IMF Are Enraging the Country

Argentina's appeal for help from the IMF revives traumatic memories
The Classic British Pub is Trying to Survive Challenging Times

The Classic British Pub is Trying to Survive Challenging Times

Like many British septuagenarians, David Charles Graves lived alone. The 75-year-old, known by everyone as Charlie, had no close friends or family; it’s perhaps why he became such a fixture at his
Stitch Fix CEO Katrina Lake on Why Gender Matters In the Business World

Stitch Fix CEO Katrina Lake on Why Gender Matters In the Business World

TIME sat down with the tech leader to discuss disruption in shopping and Silicon Valley
Cambridge Analytica Shutting Down After the Facebook Privacy Scandal, Report Says

Cambridge Analytica Shutting Down After the Facebook Privacy Scandal, Report Says

Cambridge Analytica has been linked to Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign
Private Equity Firm Lantern Capital to Acquire Bankrupt Weinstein Company

Private Equity Firm Lantern Capital to Acquire Bankrupt Weinstein Company

Dallas-based Lantern Capital made a "stalking-horse" bid last month to pay $310 million in cash for the Weinstein Co.'s assets
Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg Talks Trust and the Future of the News Industry

Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg Talks Trust and the Future of the News Industry

In a meeting with journalists whose industry has been disrupted by his company, CEO Mark Zuckerberg said Tuesday he was focusing on ways to support the investigative work they do. “I view our