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Businesses are the classic whipping-boys of urban legendry, and the bigger they are, the more they get whipped. Seems like they can't do anything right — they're run by people who abuse their customers, cheat the public, commit astounding marketing blunders, mistranslate their own advertisements, and donate money to organizations of dubious repute.
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KFC apologized after sending its mobile app users in Germany a cheesy chicken promotion in memoriam of Kristallnacht.
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The Berry Global company posted a sign that expressed a policy forbidding employees from taking their breaks and lunches in their cars, according to a picture posted to r/antiwork on Reddit.
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Born Gentle - Philip Morris cigarette ad
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A rumor said Starbucks was going cashless in the UK US and Canada but was false.
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Dollar General is not changing its hours to be open for 24 hours a day, despite a Facebook rumor.
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A picture in a viral tweet purportedly showed an Applebee's sign that had the words adult spouse and the tweet claimed the company was welcoming child brides.
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Google users wanted to know if email messages about an Amazon Prime Day Small Business Promotion or sweepstakes were a scam,or legit.
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Toad, Wildlife, Amphibian
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Dick's Sporting Goods announced a $4,000 travel reimbursement for workers, spouses, or dependents on their healthcare plans who seek an abortion in the next nearest state.
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7-eleven gas prices
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arizona iced tea price
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binance swastika emoji
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A viral Facebook post appeared to claim that Bath & Body Works products cause infertility and damage to organs and referenced a safety data sheet and also said that EWG ratings are purchased.
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Car, Transportation, Vehicle
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Person, Human, Accessories
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