An Oregon Construction Worker Refused To Attend His Boss’s Bible Study And Got Fired

Ryan Coleman has sued his former employer for $800,000. An Oregon man is suing his former employer for $800,000 after he got fired for refusing to attend mandatory on-the-job Bible studies, The Oregonian is reporting. Ryan Coleman, 34, had a hard time finding work after doing a stint in prison for drug-related crimes. Those he’s…

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After Trump Rants, Top GOP Senator Asks FTC to Re-Open Google Antitrust Probe

Image: Google, Getty Just because President Trump’s baseless accusations of bias in Google search results are likely another sideshow doesn’t mean the search giant doesn’t have real political troubles. On Thursday, Senator Orin Hatch asked the Federal Trade Commission to take another look at whether Google is guilty of antitrust violations and unfair competitive practices.…

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Campbell’s Forsakes Fresh Food To Refocus On Soup, But Still Lacks A Plan

Campbell Soup still has plenty to prove after a decision to leave the fresh food aisle and sell brands including Bolthouse Farms carrot juice label. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig) As consumer packaged food giants are using acquisitions to get into the expanding fresh food aisle, Campbell Soup has decided to do the very opposite. The question is, what’s…

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Dollar-Store Sales Rise, Though Shoppers Feel Pressure of Rising Costs

Dollar General Corp. and Dollar Tree Inc. reported stronger sales in the latest quarter as the dollar-store chains benefited both from new openings and from customers spending more money and shopping more frequently. But while the U.S. economy is strong and personal income and consumer spending are up, executives from both chains said Thursday that…

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Walmart will have 30% more toys in stores this holiday season, in a bid to win sales Toys R Us left behind

It’s a land grab for Toys R Us market share. Walmart said Thursday it is expanding its assortment of toys by 30 percent at all brick-and-mortar locations this holiday season, and it will offer 40 percent more toys on Walmart.com. At some locations, the physical space dedicated to toys also will be larger, Walmart said…

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MoviePass executive resigns, citing management issues at once-trendy ticketing service

CLOSE MoviePass might be out of luck. Well, if Elon Musk claims he can’t save the movie-ticketing app, then who could? Buzz60’s Susana Victoria Perez has more. Buzz60 A MoviePass card (Photo: DARRON CUMMINGS/AP) Another shoe just dropped at troubled movie ticketing service MoviePass. Carl Schramm, a member of the board of directors for MoviePass’ parent…

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Chick-fil-A is giving away free chicken nuggets. Here’s how to get some.

Chick-fil-A is giving away nuggets. Chick-fil-A Chick-fil-A is giving away free chicken nuggets. On Thursday, the chicken chain announced that it is giving away free eight-piece chicken nuggets to all customers who order via their mobile apps over the next month. The giveaway starts on Thursday and will continue until September 29. Customers have the…

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