Blockbusters In Alaska Set To close; 1 Store Left In USThe closures will leave the Blockbuster in Bend, Oregon, as the sole holdout.
Justice Department Appealing AT&T, Time Warner MergerA federal judge ruled the merger was legal one month ago and imposed no conditions on the union.
Plastic Straw Bans Upsetting People With DisabilitiesPeople with disabilities fear that growing efforts to ban plastic straws will limit accessibility at restaurants, on airplanes and at other service establishments.
Forbes Faces Backlash After Calling Kylie Jenner "Self-Made"After Forbes magazine touted "America's Women Billionaires" with Kylie Jenner on its cover, the backlash was immediate over a reference to the reality TV star as being "self-made."
Twitter Purging Suspicious Accounts From Your FollowersDon't be surprised to see the number of people following you on Twitter drop this week. The platform announced that suspicious accounts will be purged from its follower totals.
Papa John's Founder Resigns As ChairmanHours after Schnatter apologizing for using a racial slur, Papa John's founder John Schnatter resigned as chairman of the board.
Macy's Data Breach Exposes Customers' Credit Card InfoMacy's says cyberthieves hacked the accounts of thousands of online customers, compromising names, credit card numbers and expiration dates.
Pfizer Reorganizes To Handle Aging Consumers And PatentsPfizer, facing an aging population and shifting risks from the loss of patents, is reshaping the company into three businesses.