All this talk about investors and cash buyers artificially bidding up housing prices? Ignore it. It’s just talk. Especially to you, since buying’s not an option, because all your money goes to investors and cash buyers as rent. Now, how’d you like to own this pile of bricks in Washington for, like, a million bucks?
Procter & Gamble revealed Friday afternoon that one of their biggest financial challenges this year will be your disgusting, dirty face. Reanimating the lifeless corpse that is the word "hipster," the consumer company in charge of Colgate, Johnson & Johnson, and Gillette (among others), reported stagnating sales in their typically thriving "grooming market."
An editor fired from Byliner claims his severance was withheld because he refused to sign a "non-disparagement" clause requiring him to "never make any negative or disparaging statements (orally or in writing) about the Company" after leaving. German Scheisse porn GIFs don't count as written statements, right?
The U.S. Supreme Court said it will consider whether certain for-profit companies must follow the Affordable Care Act's mandate requiring health insurance policies that provide free contraception coverage. This is the first legal challenge to Obamacare since the Supreme Court upheld the law almost 18 months ago.