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California challenged new rules that would allow any business that opposes contraception on religious or moral grounds an exemption from overing the medication for employees...
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Premature regulation: Within hours of the Trump Administration announcing two new rules that would allow businesses to opt out of offering their employees insurance that covers birth control, the attorney general for the state of California filed a lawsuit to block the regulations from going into effect.

Bean brawl: L.L. Bean is arguably the apparel brand most widely associated with the outdoors, but when the plaid-clad company dared to use the term “outsider” in a marketing campaign, it put its duck boot into a bit of a legal mess.

Badvertising: For several years, Dove has tried to market itself as focusing on a more realistic notion of beauty. So why on Earth did the brand think it would be a smart idea to run an ad wherein a darker-skinned woman transforms into a very pale woman?

Which breach?: Imagine that you open up your email and find a message from your credit card company with the attention-getting subject line, “Important: What you can do now about the recent data breach.” Would you think that Discover had had a customer data breach? You wouldn’t be alone.

What’s up with that?: The Federal Pell Grant Program provides billions of dollars in financial aid to college students in need of assistance, but these grants — and other aid — could disappear or be made worthless if proposals by Congress and the Trump administration are enacted.

"Although we can take a joke, this one was a step too far. Our techs are our heroes." — Safelite AutoGlass in a Tweet following a Saturday Night Live sketch depicting a stalker Safelite tech.  

“So I bought the mystery flavor Oreos. Spoiler alert they're fruit loop flavored. Spoiler alert they're not very good.” — Twitter user @DaHomieJarred’s reaction to Oreo’s new stunt “mystery” flavor. 
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Bankrupt Sears Canada Asks Court For Permission To Liquidate, Shut Down
Amazon May Go After “Porch Pirates” By Delivering To Car Trunks, Inside Homes

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