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Can Renting Your Own Private Theater Bring Audiences Back to the Movies?

Can Renting Your Own Private Theater Bring Audiences Back to the Movies?

BUSINESS | Sep 24, 2020

With the movie industry in the doldrums due to the pandemic, a Texas-based movie theater chain has come up with a novel idea to bring people back to the theaters.

The Phoenix: Erectile Dysfunction Has Met Its Match

The Phoenix: Erectile Dysfunction Has Met Its Match

SPONSORED CONTENT | Sep 24, 2020

For the first time, acoustic wave technology for treating ED is now available in an at-home product, The Phoenix. The results? Let's just say they rise above expectation.

US Hotel Industry Projects Further Lay-Offs Amid Pandemic

US Hotel Industry Projects Further Lay-Offs Amid Pandemic

BUSINESS | Sep 23, 2020

A new study reveals 68 percent of hotels have less than half of their typical, pre-crisis staff working full time, and without further governmental assistance, 74 percent of respondents said they would be forced to lay off additional employees.

Mars Drops Uncle Ben's, Reveals New Name for Rice Brand

Mars Drops Uncle Ben's, Reveals New Name for Rice Brand

BUSINESS | By Alexandra Olson | Sep 23, 2020

The Uncle Ben's rice brand is getting a new name: Ben's Original.

Signs of an 'October Vaccine Surprise' Alarm Career Scientists

Signs of an 'October Vaccine Surprise' Alarm Career Scientists

BUSINESS | By JoNel Aleccia | Sep 22, 2020

If the executive branch were to overrule the FDA's scientific judgment, a vaccine of limited efficacy and, worse, unknown side effects could be rushed to market.

Hollywood Unions, Studios Agree on Rules to Start Production

Hollywood Unions, Studios Agree on Rules to Start Production

BUSINESS | Sep 22, 2020

Hollywood's unions announced Monday that they have reached an agreement on pandemic protocols with major studios that will allow the broad resumption of production of films and television after six months of stagnant sets and widespread unemployment.

Micosoft Will Buy Video Game Maker ZeniMax for $7.5 Billion

Micosoft Will Buy Video Game Maker ZeniMax for $7.5 Billion

BUSINESS | Sep 22, 2020

Microsoft is buying the company behind popular video games The Elder Scrolls, Doom and Fallout.

'Queer to Stay' Announces Funding Recipients to Support LGBTQ Businesses

'Queer to Stay' Announces Funding Recipients to Support LGBTQ Businesses

BUSINESS | By Kevin Schattenkirk | Sep 21, 2020

This week, the Human Rights Campaign and Showtime announced the recipients of its "Queer to Stay: An LGBTQ+ Business Preservation Initiative," which, among other recipients, includes Denver-based Blush & Blu.

Park MGM and NoMad Las Vegas Reopen as Strip's First Smoke-Free Resort

Park MGM and NoMad Las Vegas Reopen as Strip's First Smoke-Free Resort

BUSINESS | Sep 20, 2020

It took a pandemic with high incidence of respiratory symptoms to nudge Las Vegas toward a smoke-free environment, but Park MGM and NoMad Las Vegas are hopefully setting a trend that other casinos and resorts will soon follow.

 US Bans Wechat, Tiktok from App Stores, Threatens Shutdowns

US Bans Wechat, Tiktok from App Stores, Threatens Shutdowns

BUSINESS | By Tali Arbel, Matt O'brien and Matt Ott | Sep 18, 2020

The U.S. Commerce Department said Friday it will ban Chinese-owned TikTok and WeChat from U.S. app stores on Sunday and will bar the apps from accessing essential internet services in the U.S.

US Banning Use of WeChat, TikTok for National Security

US Banning Use of WeChat, TikTok for National Security

BUSINESS | By Matt Ott | Sep 18, 2020

The U.S. will ban the downloads of the Chinese apps TikTok and WeChat on Sunday, with a total ban on the use of the latter, citing national security and data privacy concerns.

Federal Suit Claims Grocery Chain Fired Employees Who Wouldn't Wear 'Gay' Apron

Federal Suit Claims Grocery Chain Fired Employees Who Wouldn't Wear 'Gay' Apron

BUSINESS | By Kilian Melloy | Sep 17, 2020

A federal agency is suing Kroger's grocery chain, claiming that the company discriminated against the religious convictions of two employees who refused to wear aprons embroidered with "gay" hearts.

John Boyega Quits Perfume Ambassador Role Over Chinese Ad

John Boyega Quits Perfume Ambassador Role Over Chinese Ad

BUSINESS | Sep 15, 2020

Black actor John Boyega has stepped down from his role as a global ambassador for perfume brand Jo Malone after the company decided to hire a Chinese actor to replace him in an ad he created.

Chick-fil-A: No Longer Seeking Lease at San Antonio Airport

Chick-fil-A: No Longer Seeking Lease at San Antonio Airport

BUSINESS | By Acacia Coronado | Sep 15, 2020

Chick-fil-A said it no longer plans to open a restaurant in the San Antonio airport.

Netflix's 'Cuties' Becomes Target of Politicized Backlash

Netflix's 'Cuties' Becomes Target of Politicized Backlash

BUSINESS | By Lindsey Bahr | Sep 15, 2020

The backlash to the French independent film "Mignonnes," or "Cuties," started before it had even been released because of a poster that went viral for its provocative depiction of its young female actors.

TikTok Owner Picks Oracle Over Microsoft as US Tech Partner

TikTok Owner Picks Oracle Over Microsoft as US Tech Partner

BUSINESS | By Matt O'Brien and Tali Arbel | Sep 14, 2020

The owner of TikTok has chosen Oracle over Microsoft as the American tech partner that could help keep the popular video-sharing app running in the U.S., according to a person familiar with the deal who was not authorized to speak publicly about it.

Perfume Brand Says Cutting John Boyega from Ad was Misstep

Perfume Brand Says Cutting John Boyega from Ad was Misstep

BUSINESS | Sep 14, 2020

British perfume brand Jo Malone has apologized to Black actor John Boyega of "Star Wars" fame after cutting him out of the Chinese version of a cologne commercial he helped create.

Millennial Money: 6 Great Recession Lessons that Still Apply

Millennial Money: 6 Great Recession Lessons that Still Apply

BUSINESS | By Melissa Lambarena | Sep 13, 2020

The Great Recession demolished jobs across the U.S., and it eventually came for mine, too. After graduating in 2009, I worked four months as an entry-level executive assistant at a nonprofit before being laid off.

Kiss and Tell: Burger King & Ronald McDonald Lock Lips for Pride Ad

Kiss and Tell: Burger King & Ronald McDonald Lock Lips for Pride Ad

BUSINESS | Sep 13, 2020

A Finnish ad campaign celebrating LGBTQ Pride features two fast-food giants' mascots locking lips.

Liz Weston: Some Remote Workers May Be in for Tax Surprise

Liz Weston: Some Remote Workers May Be in for Tax Surprise

BUSINESS | By Liz Weston, NerdWallet | Sep 13, 2020

If the pandemic caused you to relocate across state lines, even temporarily, the next surprise could be having to file an extra tax return and potentially pay more taxes.

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