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Businessweek gets grilled over controversial hamburger tweet

‘The relationship between a man and his grill is sacred.’

On Jul 3, 2019 by Dominic-Madori Davis

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News sites mistake ridiculous ‘American Sniper’ parody for actual clip from the film

Weeks later, the articles still haven’t been changed.

On Mar 8, 2016 by Jay Hathaway

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How the New York Times can compete in the Facebook age

The New York Times is worried about its digital competition. But how can it compete in the age of Facebook?

On May 16, 2014 by Fernando Alfonso III

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This angry song about Google+ is just making money for Google

“You ruined this site and called it integration,” sings Emma Blackery, “so I’m writing this song to vent my frustration.”

On Nov 11, 2013 by Michelle Jaworski

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New ‘Tweeting Bra’ sends a valuable reminder every time you take it off

But there are so many ways this could backfire.

On Oct 25, 2013 by Gaby Dunn

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Business Insider’s bigoted CTO resigned, but the tech industry has a bigger problem

If you were wondering why Pax Dickinson, the N-word-spewing tech industry pariah du jour, still has a job, wonder no more.

On Sep 10, 2013 by Aja Romano

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Business Insider reports ads are coming to Instagram

Some argue Facebook’s takeover of the brand is ruining it.

On Dec 13, 2012 by Jennifer Abel

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Major brands embrace the animated GIF

Is this the beginning of the end for the GIF?

On Sep 3, 2012 by Fernando Alfonso III

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Why does the Internet hate Henry Blodget?

The Business Insider editor didn’t get the answer he was looking for when he published what critics are calling a controversy-baiting headline. 

On May 29, 2012 by David Holmes

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Is Facebook reading your text messages?

A new report accuses the social media giant of sneaking a peak at users’ text messages.

On Feb 27, 2012 by Kevin Morris

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Oprah gets in Twitter trouble

Oprah Winfrey just wanted some folks to watch her show. But when she suggested via Twitter that people change their channels, she violated an Neilsen rule. 

On Feb 13, 2012 by Jordan Valinsky

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