Target is the latest company to distance itself from Paula Deen, the celebrity chef who finds herself mired in a racial discrimination controversy.SEE ALSO: Mpls cops allegedly filmed using N-word to describe black suspect [VIDEO] The Minneapolis-based retailer told CNBC this morning it has "ma ... More >>
It seems like there's another "city superlative list" every week (the latest making the odd claim that we're the "13th most lesbianish"), so we decided to try to put them all together into one comparative infographic.These studies are popular with readers, hence their proliferation. Many of the ... More >>
It's been little more than two weeks since foes of Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker began petitioning for a recall, and they've already surpassed 300,000 signatures -- more than half of the 540,000 needed by the January 17 deadline. If they keep progressing at this pace, a recall election will be inevit ... More >>
Circle Pines, seen here, is more perfect than all but two suburbs.Circle Pines has 5,047 people living in it, and one new reason to be proud of itself: It's the third "most perfect" suburb in the United States. That's according to CNBC, which put out a list of the top 10 desirous city-adjacent to ... More >>
Michele wants a new job, and doesn't care if you lose yours.In Michele Bachmann's ideal world, there is no porn, and there are no jobs.In an interview with CNBC this morning, Bachmann was asked if her poll numbers might improve as the unemployment rate went up."Well, that could be. Again, I hope ... More >>
pikalukMinnesota's open, but not as open as Virginia. Minnesota is the 7th-best state in the country for business.The number 7 spot, awarded by CNBC, comes thanks to high marks for education and quality of life. But CNBC punishes Minnesota for high taxes, union membership and the massive budget d ... More >>
Clay Matthews gets his Fabio on.While the rest of the Green Bay Packers have been prepping for the Super Bowl XLV, long-haired linebacker Clay Matthews has been shopping for a shampoo endorsement. Score! The 6-feet 3-inch, 255-pound favorite for NFL Defensive Player of the Year has just ink ... More >>
The new catchphrase makes a big buck impact. It's every brand manager's dream to see a celebrity endorsing their product--drinking it, driving it, wearing it, and whatnot. And while no snack food manufacturer has yet succeeded in having its name subbed into the colloquial phrase, "all that ... More >>
Brett Favre's still in hreavy rotation on the Wrangler homepage.It looked like Wrangler was sticking with Brett Favre in the immediate wake of the Jenn Sterger sexting allegations, but that's changed. Citing an outfit called Front Row Analytics, CNBC says that no Favre Wrangler ads, featurin ... More >>
Nothing's coming between Brett Favre and his Wranglers, yet.It's going to be hard looking at those Brett Favre Wrangler ads anymore without rolling the eyes as "Bad To The Bone" plays in the background. But so far, Wrangler's keeping Favre at the center of its ad strategy despite the sextin ... More >>
The company that makes Oreos, Triscuits, and Mac & Cheese welcomed a lot more chocolate into the fold this week.
Is D.C. finally ready to let us toke up?
Gaga could breath new life into the business post-bankruptcy.
Will the son of God be sharing a cell with Bernie Madoff?
In just a couple weeks, No. 4 has shot up to the top of the sales charts.
Geeks giveth, geeks taketh away.
Would you believe we're tied with Detroit?
How Hurricane Katrina made Public Enemy relevant again
How Terri Schiavo became big news
Who's in the mood to watch Mussolini debate Eugene Debs on 'The View'?
In a new memoir, former marine Joel Turnipseed loses his personal philosophy while winning the Gulf War
Budget brawls and bulldog farts. Shock jocks and Satan's Cheerleaders. Jesse Ventura stars in the season's political blockbuster, but First Flack John Wodele directs the show.
James Romenesko's Obscure Store provides a clearinghouse for oddities of the media age
St. Paul's Llewellyn Publications was New Age before New Age was cool. Now it's enormously lucrative, too.