“After seeing the rainbow flag in the window, I’ve had it with this place and have thrown in the towel."
Consumer advocates and marketing experts argue that gag clauses actually make businesses worse off.
The recent passage of the Consumer Review Fairness Act of 2016 in the House of Representatives raises a new question about
This is one of those cases where a term is used so often that it loses its meaning: "luxury travel." Almost anything today can be "luxury": travel, cars, apartments, food, spirits, clothes, Jacuzzis, rehab centers, and on Airbnb I found a listing described as a "luxury church." Thomas Aquinas is spinning in his grave on that one.
There are many ways to critique an art form such as cooking, and like most art forms, the way one sees it differs from one to the other. Opinions are, with no need to repeat a vulgar idiom, commonplace. Everyone has an opinion when it comes to food, even picky four-year-olds.
Reports are coming in from around the globe of problems in the unlikeliest of places. Sensitive historical locations are
A new poll found 71 percent of people admit making excuses to get out of attending social gatherings at least some of the time.
What advice can you offer women who are seeking a career in your industry? Know your wheelhouse - what are you get excited