Coca Cola said on Sept. 17 it was looking closely at the growing marijuana-infused drinks market, responding to a media report that the world’s largest beverage maker was in talks with Canada’s Aurora Cannabis Inc.
Volkswagen announced that in 2019 it will stop production of their famous Beetle, the longest-running car in history.
In a recent study, Prattle research firm examined 155,000 company conference calls over the last 19 years and guess what they found? In all of those thousands of calls, men did most of the talking — 92% of the time in fact.
Starbucks, in partnership with Mexico’s National Institute for Older Persons (INAPAM), has recently opened a store where all the employees will be over 50-years-old.
A Japanese company has created a 3D T-shirt that makes women’s boobs look bigger.
Burberry announced they will stop burning unsold clothing and accessories in response to the backlash they received for burning $37 million worth of items according to their July earnings report.
Chinese brand Huawei has come under fire recently for using a DSLR camera in the shooting of an advertisement for a smartphone camera it described as its best yet.
Napoleon Patacsil from San Diego, California is suing tech giant Google for its alleged “principal goal” of monitoring all mobile phone users even after they shut down “Location History.”
Google employees are up in arms over a secret project the company has recently begun to develop in China called Dragonfly.
One bidder took Pokémon’s slogan “gotta catch ‘em all!” seriously by spending over $50,000 on an unopened box of Pokémon Cards