Steve Jobs, John Lennon And Dora The Explorer On The List For Future Postage Stamps

Steve Jobs, John Lennon And Dora The Explorer On The List For Future Postage Stamps

Business titans of our time, brilliant musicians that changed the world forever, and a curious toddler with a talking backpack and wide, creepily blinking eyes. What do Steve Jobs, John Lennon and Dora the Explorer have in common? They’re all going to end up on U.S. postage stamps. [More]

Selling like hot cakes. Or hot kettles.

Of Course Someone Has Already Sold A JCPenney “Hitler” Tea Kettle On eBay For $199

All it takes for an item to sell out online is one tiny comparison to Hitler to go viral and boom — JCPenney’s now infamous tea kettle is selling for big bucks on eBay. At least one of the $40 kettles has already sold for $199, but rest assured, tea fans, there are plenty more out there. [More]

Best Buy Founder Decides Heck, Maybe I'll Just Buy The Whole Company Back

Best Buy Founder Decides Heck, Maybe I'll Just Buy The Whole Company Back

When Best Buy founder Richard Schulze stepped down as chairman in June earlier than everyone had expected after allegations he’d handled CEO Brian Dunn’s alleged  involvement with an employee poorly, he said he would consider options for his 20.1% stake in the company, including the logical step of selling it off. Which is why he’s causing yet another mini-stir by reportedly very seriously considering buying back the company and taking it private. [More]

House Panel Tells The TSA No One But Jay-Z Should Be Patting Down Beyonce

House Panel Tells The TSA No One But Jay-Z Should Be Patting Down Beyonce

Listen up, Transportation Security Administration — the House knows you desperately want to be cool and improve your image, and frisking internationally known superstars and other recognizable famous people isn’t helping. Which means when it comes to patting down Beyonce, don’t. [More]

Kraft Bringing Back The Formerly Homeless "Man With The Golden Voice" For Anti-Hunger Campaign

For fans of “The Man with the Golden Voice,” also known as formerly homeless man Ted Williams who was discovered on YouTube, enjoyed his 15 minutes of intense media attention, filmed a voiceover for a Kraft Macaroni & Cheese spot and sort of faded back into oblivion, you’ll be glad to know he’s back. Williams is helping Kraft with a Valentine’s Day campaign against hunger. [More]