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Groupon Sued for 'Bait and Switch' Advertising

Online daily deals site Groupon has been sued over their advertising. A class action lawsuit alleges the site engages in illegal "bait-and-switch advertising" practices. The plaintiff in the proposed class-action case is a San Francisco tour operator who accuses Groupon...

Can I Fire Employee for Not Shaving?

Can you base your decision to fire an employee on his beard? American Patriot Security, a California-based security company, did just that. Now, they are being sued. Washington State resident Abdulkadir Omar, 22, started working at the security company in...

Should You Use Facebook for Job Recruiting?

As strange as it may seem, Facebook job recruiting may become the new wave of the future. Social media recruiting efforts are on the rise, with some businesses not only turning to Facebook but to other social media platforms like...

Can Your Business Buy Rave Web Reviews for $5?

If you've seen ratings on online sites like Yelp, you may be wondering if any of those 5-star reviews are actually fake reviews. You may also start to wonder if some of your business competitors are actually using money to...

Anti-Gay NJ Bridal Shop's Yelp Reviews Removed

Things aren't going so well for Here Comes the Bride, a New Jersey bridal shop featured last week on Free Enterprise when its manager refused to sell a wedding dress to Alix Genter on the grounds that she is marrying...

Be Careful with Free Wi-Fi at Your Business

For a small business, free Wi-Fi can be a great way to lure in customers, encouraging them to spend time at your establishment. However, offering internet access comes with a bit of a risk, opening your business up to security...

Is Your City a Hot Hub for Start-Ups?

If you're thinking about where to start your business, you might want to consider what industry you're in. Then, you might consider relocating to the hot hub for your business industry, as named by The Wall Street Journal. Relocating or...

NJ Bridal Store Refuses to Sell Lesbian a Dress

When Alix Genter tried to purchase a dress from the Here Comes the Bride bridal salon in Somers Point, New Jersey, all she left with was another example of just how sexual orientation discrimination can infiltrate even the most happiest...

NYU Boss Called African Man a 'Gorilla,' 'Monkey'

New York University's (NYU) discrimination lawsuit has settled with a $210,000 payout to the plaintiff, an African man whose boss constantly harassed and demeaned him. An institute of higher education, NYU's lawsuit illustrates that discrimination persists even at prestigious universities....

Broken Thumbs Apps Collected Children's Data: FTC

Citing violations of the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), on Monday the Federal Trade Commission announced a $50,000 settlement with Broken Thumbs Apps, a company that creates and markets iPhone and iPad games to children. The app maker was...

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Ex-campaign chief defends Trump, defies Democrats at impeachment hearing

President Donald Trump's former campaign manager on Tuesday acknowledged that his former boss enlisted him to try to limit the Russia election interference inquiry but defended Trump and tangled with Democrats during pugnacious testimony to a U.S. congressional panel mulling whether to impeach the president.