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Doug Bergeson is alive and well despite shooting himself in the heart with a nail gun.
Boston's Holocaust memorial was vandalized for the second time this summer and just days after the Charlottesville protests.
Many of the promotions have social media in mind.
Disney had a relatively flat quarter as ESPN continues to struggle.
Bridal chain Alfred Angelo announced it won't be able to fulfill remaining customer orders after filing for bankruptcy protection.
Disappointing debuts offer a lesson for other technology and commercial darlings.
One of the longest bull markets in history continues, courtesy of robust profits, low interest rates and rare global alignment of developed economies all in good health at the same time.
Where the market goes from here could depend on Apple.
Starboard is suing the Web measurement firm over its failure to hold annual meetings.
TopGolf is striking a chord with millennials as the golf industry struggles to attract new players.