(Mike Mozart)There are two interesting developments that Nordstrom is trying right now: first, they’re remodeling and fancying up their stores in Seattle, Chicago, and San Francisco, seeking to draw international tourists with world-class retail experiences.
Earlier this year, John Oliver thrust Philip Morris International — the New York-based cigarette giant that markets Marlboro and other brands in hundreds of countries outside the U.S.
(Steve)Though the FCC narrowly voted to approve the new Open Internet Order (AKA net neutrality) several months ago, the rules don’t actually kick in until June 12.
This week, a new e-commerce site launched to about 10,000 beta users who signed up for a preview. The easy-to-remember name of this new site is Jet.com, and its goal is to remove some of the inefficiencies of shopping online.
Not a Kerns Kitchen Derby-Pie. (sheesalt)First of all, what’s a derby pie? While many Kentucky Derby fans say it’s a pie made with bourbon, chocolate chips and pecans, one company says it’s a walnut treat made without bourbon.
IKEA expanded a recall of crib mattresses to include the SULTANA brand. All recalls are important to take note of, but ones related to baby products are often of the greatest concern.
Example Skiplagged listings for flights that don’t end in Chicago, but go through Chicago. As part of its settlement with Orbitz, Skiplagged will no longer direct people to purchase their hidden city fares through the travel-booking site.Last fall, both United Airlines and Orbitz sued travel-booking startup Skiplagged.com, which helped travelers find so-called “hidden city” tickets where you book a multi-stop itinerary with the intention of not flying all the way to the end.
Time has apparently not been kind at all to those Cheerios… and the baby didn’t need the extra year of aging, either.
(quinn.anya)Maybe you think of yourself as a snappy dresser. Maybe you prefer to wear housepants on a regular basis.
You might not take your kids all that seriously when they complain about the gross mystery meat served in their school cafeteria, but the children in some schools in Hawkins County, Tennessee had a right to complain last week when they were served pork that had been sitting in the freezer since 2009.
Odds are (unless you live in central Florida) that you probably don’t know much about Bright House Networks.
(Pixteca | Len & Pix【ツ】)Though we often think of all the stress in a hiring process as being on the side of the job seeker, businesses have a new potential part of the process to worry about: Researchers say hackers are infecting companies by slipping malware in along with resumes submitted through job posting website CareerBuilder.com.
(Corey Templeton)As we learned during the contract dispute at cargo ports on the West Coast that finally ended this year, cargo ships are essential.
(sfxeric)When you make a mess, you’ve got to clean up your toys. It’s a lesson many of us learned as kids, and one that a Los Angeles Airport law enforcement officials says police slipped up on after a stick of live dynamite used in a training exercise was left behind near the airport museum for four days.
Black & Decker has agreed to pay a $1.57 million fine for failing to report issues with two of its electric lawnmowers to the CPSC.
To some people, the term “craft beer” implies that the brew is made in limited quantities and implies some level of independence from industry giants like MillerCoors and AB InBev.
(Gothamist)In a world of man-spreading, pole-hogging, door-holding and other public transit nuisances, one might expect that there are times when a pregnant woman can’t get a seat amidst a sea of suddenly oblivious passengers.
(Jackie Vance-Kuss)Earlier this week, we shared the news that federal regulators are not thrilled with the speed at which cars with potentially dangerous Takata airbags are getting the repairs that they need.
(Mike Mozart)While Lumber Liquidators has been the target of lawsuits and federal investigations into allegations that the company’s China-sourced flooring contains exceedingly high levels of formaldehyde, hardware giant Lowe’s is now facing similar accusations from the hedge fund analyst who helped spark the Lumber Liquidators investigation.
(WAAY-TV) If there are two things we’ve discovered people really and truly go bonkers for, it’s writing competitions that reap rewards of property for the winner goats performing jobs.