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5 Ways Paula Deen Has Secretly Been Making A Comeback
If you thought you'd never have to see Paula Deen again, think again.
9 Companies Still Standing With Paula Deen
Walmart and Target are just two of the many companies to have cut ties with Paula Deen since the former Food Network star's history of using racial slurs came to light. But not all companies have completely backed away from Deen -- far from it, in fact.
Companies Still Standing With Paula Deen (PHOTOS)
Editor's Note: We'll be updating this post as companies continue to cut ties with Deen. Walmart and Target are just two of
Paula Deen's Novo Nordisk Deal Suspended In Light Of Racism Scandal
The company had originally stated that it had no plans to drop Deen. That may be still be case, but it's unclear what "suspend
The Rise And Fall Of Paula Deen (INFOGRAPHIC)
Paula Deen's life has been full of ups and downs, but recently it's been mostly downs. Learn about the rise and fall of Paula
Paula Deen Dropped By Caesars Entertainment, Loses Four Casino Buffets
Caesars operates four Paula Deen Buffet properties in the following casinos: Horseshoe Southern Indiana, outside of Louisville
Paula Deen Cruise Popularity Surges While Other Sponsors Back Away
Goodman Cook said that she had not spoken to Deen since the scandal, but had been in contact with Deen's bodyguard and assistant
Paula Deen's Sponsors Consider Dropping Her After Racism Scandal, CBS This Morning Reports [UPDATE]
The Food Network's decision to drop Paula Deen from its lineup on Friday evening made it clear that the Savannah chef's career
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