“We ran out about an hour ago. This morning we had 800.”
Mint, menthol, and unflavored tobacco would be exempt from the new rules, the Food and Drug Administration said Thursday.
Massive tax breaks, an exclusive airport lounge, and a William Shatner cameo for Star Trek-obsessed CEO Jeff Bezos.
Juul will restart orders for flavored pods if stores "invest in technology that designates flavored Juul products as restricted."
Guys, "it’s not an actual neighborhood."
The search for Amazon’s next headquarters has finally come to an end — and it’s officially a tie.
Hairy crabs, white shrimp, and Australian milk sold like crazy during Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba’s Singles Day sales.
Earlier this year, Amazon pulled items promoting Nazism and other racist ideologies from its marketplace after facing scrutiny from Congress.
Most of Juul’s pods will now be sold online. Its menthol- and tobacco-flavored products will still be available in stores.
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The country’s biggest vape company tried to fix a problem it created by shopping around a vaping prevention program that encouraged “mindfulness” and meditation as an alternative to e-cigarettes.
It's thrilling to stock shelves and get yelled at by your manager.
The country’s first “everything store” has lost 96% of its market value since it went public in 2003.
Walmart acquired the lingerie company Bare Necessities, which lists “crotchless panties” as one of its top styles.
A Canadian judge granted Estée Lauder’s request to remove Brandon Truaxe from the company for “causing irreparable harm to Deciem’s business.”
Up to 500,000 Google+ accounts were potentially affected by the data breach, the company said Monday.
These deals are too good to be true — an $80 dual-cable charger on sale for $17.95 and a pair of $359 wireless earbuds on sale for $29.99.
The new wage applies to more than 250,000 Amazon and Whole Foods employees as well as the more than 100,000 temporary employees it will hire for the upcoming holiday season.
It had $20 kitchen mittens resembling dog paws, $16 USB cables, a corn kernel stripper for $7.99, a $15 mug that reads “Believe in yourself.” Oh, and some Alexa stuff.