Zombies like to pub crawl, eat brains... and shop at Best Buy?SEE ALSO:-- Best Buy's profits down 90 percent-- Best Buy announces $1.7 billion loss, plans to close 50 stores and cut 400 jobs-- Best Buy: On the road to extinction? That's apparently the case, according to the cover of this week's Bl ... More >>
"Woof!" said the dog. "Find another job," said Gregg Steinhafel.Target Corporation is hiring, but not just stockers and swipers for Black Friday: Now, they also need someone who knows how to keep Target.com from crashing.Yesterday, Target announced that online president Steve Eastman was leaving ... More >>
This week, Minneapolis will be witness to a confluence of local protest entities, starting today at 11 a.m., when organizers from TakeAction Minnesota will converge at the Government Plaza and try to woo Occupy MN participants into following them in a march to the Wells Fargo Center. It probabl ... More >>
He's telling the truth. Trust him.It's the "Truth" tour: Tim Pawlenty went to Iowa and told corn farmers they didn't deserve ethanol subsidies. He went to Florida and told the oldster-heavy state the Social Security and Medicare ride was over. And now he's telling Wall Street the bailout da ... More >>
No more free ride, babies!Tim Pawlenty's took another lurch toward the right wing over the weekend, as the Governor went on television to pick a fight with some infants.The likely presidential candidate told Bloomberg TV that he supports revoking the part of the constitution that guarantees citiz ... More >>
Some politicians say serious things that end up sounding funny. Other politicians say stuff that's actually meant to be funny.
Administration lax on cleaning up AIG, Bear Stearns, and Lehman Brothers
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Yesterday, a sobering government report was released that should make all airline passengers cross their fingers as they lift off and land during the holiday rush. The U.S. Department of Transportation inspected noncertified repair centers operated by six different airlines, including on-site visits ... More >>
"Reform" won't protect the middle class from the stealth tax If you've wondered how it is that Bush has financed five straight years of tax cuts, chances are you've considered a) cuts in entitlements; b) cuts to the safety net; and c) an end to corporate welfare. Okay, okay, so we're kidding about ... More >>
The week got off to an ugly start at Target. On the business side, the country's second largest retailer announced its all-important November sales would likely fall four to six points below the forecast. By the end of Monday, according to Bloomberg.com, Target stock dipped by 4.3 percent. Meanwhile ... More >>