Barnes & Noble On Kicking Grandfather Out Of Store: "We Should Not Have Done So"

Barnes & Noble On Kicking Grandfather Out Of Store: "We Should Not Have Done So"

Barnes & Noble has responded quickly to reports that a store employee told a grandfather of two he had to leave the premises because he was a man shopping alone in the children’s section, saying that shouldn’t have happened. [More]

Foreclosure Mill Apologizes For Dressing Up In Halloween Costumes That Mocked Foreclosed Homeowners

Foreclosure Mill Apologizes For Dressing Up In Halloween Costumes That Mocked Foreclosed Homeowners

When pictures of their employees dressed up as homeless foreclosed homeowners for last year’s Halloween were published in the New York Times, the high-volume foreclosure firm brushed the matter aside. They said that it was “another attempt by The New York Times to attack our firm and our work.” But now that it’s blown up in their faces, they’re falling all over themselves to apologize. [More]

Toyota's Toyoda Apologizes To Shareholders

Toyota's Toyoda Apologizes To Shareholders

Today in Tokyo, Toyota president Akio Toyoda met with shareholders for the first time since the world’s largest automaker began issuing recalls on millions of its vehicles last October. And fittingly enough, the grandson of the company’s founder kicked things off humbly. [More]

AT&T Issues An "Our Bad" For Huge iPad Security Breach

AT&T Issues An "Our Bad" For Huge iPad Security Breach

Surely you remember last week, when a security breach exposed the e-mail addresses of 114,000 owners of Apple iPads. Well, it took a few days, but AT&T finally got around to the point in the “taking it seriously” grieving process called “sort of admitting responsibility and promising not to do it again.” [More]