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Seniors have stopped eating at Cracker Barrel, Olive Garden -- and it's not clear when they'll come back

Retirees have lost their appetite for Cracker Barrel and Olive Garden since the pandemic -- and it's not clear when they'll come back, according to the chains’ top brass.

Cost of love: Tinder unveils staggering $500-per-month 'VIP' subscription tier

The new pay-for-play tier was offered to less than 1% of Tinder users, according to the company.

Gen Z Hackers behind MGM, Caesars breaches are 'more sophisticated' and 'ruthless'

Ransomware attacks are not new, but the group behind the casino breaches was extraordinarily skilled at social engineering and bypassing multi-factor authentication, a security expert says.

SBF's mom told him to 'avoid' disclosing millions in FTX donations to her pro-Dem PAC: suit

Barbara Fried headed the Mind the Gap super PAC which solicited donations from Silicon Valley executives to support Democratic Party candidates.

Tim Cook appears in NYC for iPhone 15 launch as stores draw huge crowds worldwide

Apple CEO Tim Cook made a surprise appearance to officially kick off the Apple 15 launch.

Apple slashes pay raises for retail employees as revenue drops

Apple has seen its earnings sag in recent quarters due to a drop in demand for its iPhones.

Microsoft’s $69B deal for 'Call of Duty' maker Activision close to gaining approval

The announcement shows the UK watchdog is close to reversing its?earlier decision to block Microsoft?from taking over the maker of hit gaming franchises like Call of Duty and World of...

College students learning skills that could go 'obsolete' thanks to AI: Indeed CEO

"With AI, it’s conceivable that students might now find themselves learning skills in college that are obsolete by the time they graduate," Chris Hyams penned for a column in Fortune.

UAW widens strike to all GM, Stellantis plants — but Ford agrees to new contracts

UAW's president said ahead of the union's 12 p.m. EST deadline: "Ford is showing that they're serious about reaching a deal, at GM and Stellanis, it's a different story."

TikTok sets up obstacles for researchers to gain access to data: report

TikTok is requiring that academics submit their research reports about TikTok before publication in academic journals, according to Bloomberg News.

Saudi crown prince shrugs off 'sportswashing' accusations: 'Call it whatever you want'

Mohammed bin Salman shrugged off "sportswashing" accusations made against Saudi Arabia -- and he will continue funding sports if it bolsters the kingdom's GDP.

Managers are now supposed to give 'feedforward,' not feedback in push for 'gentler' job reviews

The practice of feedforward is balanced and authentic, she said — neither overly critical toward employees nor ignoring opportunities for growth.?

Amazon to put ads in Prime Video shows, movies in scramble for profits

Come early 2024, Amazon Prime Video members will no longer get to enjoy ad-free streaming -- unless they want to cough up $2.99 more per month.

McDonald's raises fees for franchisees in first price hike in 30 years

McDonald's is raising its royalty fee for new franchisees from 4% to 5% in 2024. Of the 13,500-plus locations in the US, about 95% are operated by franchisees.

Apple's flagship Shanghai store buzzes as iPhone 15 goes on sale

Over a hundred customers queued inside Apple's?flagship store in the Chinese financial hub of Shanghai on Friday, waiting to pick up their iPhone 15 orders on the first day of...

Oscar Mayer welcomes back Wienermobile 4 months after rebrand: 'We missed this BUNderful icon'

This name change frankly didn't cut the mustard.

Most Americans leave excessive 'guilt tip' when paying digitally: survey

Nearly 75% of customers are leaving sky-high tips when prompted on tablets or smart card readers, as opposed to an old-fashioned dollar or two dropped into a counter jar.

NY Times columnist's gripe about $78 Newark Airport tab goes viral: 'Keep drinking buddy'

“This meal just cost me $78 at Newark Airport. This is why Americans think the economy is terrible,” New York Times columnist David Brooks wrote.

Switching away from Google's search engine takes 'too many steps': DuckDuckGo CEO

The founder of search engine DuckDuckGo grumbled about how difficult it is for users to switch their default service from Google while testifying at the Big Tech firm’s landmark antitrust...

Insiders are skeptical about Disney CEO Bob Iger's chances to sell ABC

“Everyone is way ahead of their skis on this story,” a banker briefed on the talks said. “They don't know what is happening here.”

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