A luxury hotel chain accused Hilton’s Waldorf Beverly Hills of engaging in corporate espionage in a lawsuit filed in Los Angeles yesterday. (“Towels shaped like swans, eh? Wait until the guys at corporate hear this.”)
A company selling water in overpriced cans adorned with heavy metal imagery has raised $9 million in Series A funding, proving that business in this century is just an exercise in repackaging the same old crapola.
Shares of Groupon and Blue Apron tanked yesterday after their quarterly reports reignited skepticism about the companies’ “unconventional” business models. (And by “unconventional” I mean “doesn’t work.”)
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The father of Grimes’s unborn child is planning to take SpaceX’s budding space-internet operation public, giving hungry investors another opportunity to invest in a stock that will sink every time Elon Musk goes on a podcast.