The left-wing feminist t-shirt designer who created the infamous “Nasty Woman” t-shirt is now expanding her business, but says she does not want to “capitalize on feminism.” In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Amanda Brinkman said she was expanding her t-shirt business to include more anti-President Trump slogans.
What’s happening? Blue Apron, the biggest meal kit company in an increasingly crowded market, has been floundering financially. The delivery service fired its CEO last month, replacing co-founder Matt Salzberg with CFO Brad Dickerson. The change made Blue Apron stock jump … for the first time
Nostra-Glennmus? Glenn has been trying his hand at fortune-telling ever since he got back from vacation. Nostradamus, is that you? Perhaps he’s got a crystal ball up there at his ranch, or maybe he’s figured out how to read tea leaves? Whatever the reason, Glenn has been making a slew
Goldman-Sachs made its case for mining platinum in space in a 98-page note to its clients. According to the Business Insider report, Noah Poponak and a team of analysts have made a forceful argument for the costs versus benefits of chipping platinum from roaming asteroids: While
“Bloomberg on Tuesday published a video of Kalanick, a co-founder of the company, arguing with a driver who tells him that rates have been cut and he has lost money,” reported Reuters. “The 40-year-old Kalanick responds angrily that some people don’t take responsibility for their own
Google has pledged $11.5 million to combat “racial bias” and “disparities” in the criminal justice system, according to USA Today. “Among the organizations receiving funds from Google.org is the Center for Policing Equity, a national research center that collaborates with police departments and the communities they serve
March 1 (UPI) — Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer will forego any annual equity award this year because of the massive security breach at her company in 2014, according to documents filed Wednesday. The Yahoo board also voted to rescind her 2016 bonus, which has usually
Exxon’s former CEO Rex Tillerson received a $180 million retirement package, according to the Wall Street Journal, as he prepares for congressional hearings to confirm his nomination as President-elect Donald Trump’s Secretary of State. He stepped down from Exxon Mobile on January 1, 2017. Tillerson’s unvested company