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Crumbs Reopens With Dippin’ Dots, Bagel-Croissant Hybrid

The chain, which shut down in early July, was saved by entrepreneur Marcus Lemonis and Dippin' Dots owner Fischer Enterprises. It reopened today.<p>Crumbs Bake Shop, the cupcake chain saved from bankruptcy this summer by the owner of Dippin' Dots and entrepreneur Marcus Lemonis, reopened today with …

Converse kicks back at 'knock off' Chucks, sues 31 rival shoe companies

Converse says it is fed up with rival shoe companies selling what the Nike-owned company calls clear copycats of its iconic Chuck Taylor sneakers.<p>The …

JPMorgan's profit misses; posts unexpected $1 billion legal expense

(Reuters) - JPMorgan Chase & Co (JPM.N) reported lower-than-estimated third-quarter profit on Tuesday as unexpected legal expenses of $1 billion caught analysts off guard and offset strength in its capital markets and lending businesses.<p>The bulk of the costs came from setting aside money to resolve …

Citi pulls out of consumer banking in 11 countries, profit jumps | Reuters

(Reuters) - Citigroup Inc (C.N) said it was pulling out of consumer banking in 11 markets, including Japan and Egypt, as the U.S. bank with the biggest international business looks to cut persistently high costs.<p>The third-largest U.S. bank, built with a series of acquisitions spanning back to the …

Opinion: Jamaica selling out its paradise - CNN.com

Kenroy "Booms" Williams holds an American crocodile. Booms monitors the vulnerable crocodiles and the critically endangered Jamaican iguanas in the Portland Bight Protected Area of Jamaica.<p>HIDE CAPTION<p>Jamaica's Portland Bight under threat<p>Jamaica's Portland Bight under threat<p>Jamaica's Portland Bight …

Opinion: Lies, statistics and polls - CNN.com

<i>Editor's note: Donna Brazile, a CNN contributor and a Democratic strategist, is vice chairwoman for voter registration and participation at the Democratic National Committee. She is a nationally syndicated columnist, an adjunct professor at Georgetown University and author of "Cooking With Grease:</i> …

Avoid the Resume Black Hole: Resume Customization Cheat Sheet

Customizing your resume for each opportunity is not optional these days. Customization will help your resume escape the dreaded “black hole” where …

How to Capture Authentic Emotion in Portrait Photography

If you shoot portraits on a regular basis, I’m sure you have an informal checklist of sorts that you consult — at least mentally — both before and …

Is the U.S. Turning Into a Nation of Temps? Depends on Where You Live

Chipotle becomes first US fast food chain to label all genetically modified ingredients

Chipotle is letting its customers know a little more about their burritos by opening up about the presence of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) within its ingredients. The Mexican-themed fast food restaurant has begun marking all products that include GMOs on the company website, helping to …

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NSA considers ending collection of data on Americans' phone calls

The National Security Agency is reviewing whether to stop collecting a vast stockpile of records of Americans’ telephone calls — the most controversial component of its surveillance programs — by allowing telecommunications companies to retain the data until U.S. intelligence officials have a …

“Why Can’t Rodents Vomit?” is the Most Important Question Science Addressed This Week

Did you know that rodents — from the humble mouse to the noble beaver — are incapable of vomiting? It’s true, and a team of investigators led by …

The complex and fickle science of taste

Salt, sugar, and fat: these three components can make a food that's palatable to just about anyone. But inside the food industry, researchers struggle to balance universal likes with the strange specificity of human taste: a concept that is often based less on what we innately dislike and more on …

Soda Just as Bad as Meth and Crack for the Teeth, Study Says

<b>Methamphetamine, crack cocaine and soda affect teeth in roughly the same way, argues a study recently published in the journal General …

The Science of Non-Alcoholic Beer

"Blasphemy! A crime against nature!" Yes, many people feel the same way about non-alcoholic beer as they do about decaffeinated espresso. "It's just …

The truth is out there: six (nutty) conspiracy theories for Memorial Day

Submarines cause natural disasters, NASA fakes Mars data, and road signs tell secrets.<p>Since the good hipsters of Portland have decided to make public …

Where to Eat at Newark Liberty Airport (EWR)

Stuck in <b>Newark Airport</b> and in need of a place to eat? Check out this recently updated guide, which maps out all the choices from quick sandwiches and burgers to lengthy booze-fueled meals that will make the layover just fly by. We start with Eater's top overall picks for Newark and continue to map …

Your Week Untapped: Best NYC Events for May 27-June 2

<b>MONDAY, MAY 27:</b> Opening of The Civil War and American Art. This major loan exhibition considers how American artists responded to the Civil War and …

A brunch-lover’s guide to New York City

Ahh, brunch. One part omelette, two parts mimosa, three parts coffee – life’s sweet distraction when the workweek is nigh. Though not a uniquely New York 'thing' <i>per se</i>, there’s no other city that takes its breakfast-lunch combustion quite as seriously as the Big Apple and every visitor should take …

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