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The numbers for June 27, 2013: Everybody’s a winner

Katie Long Jun 27, 2013

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#1

Oprah is once again the most powerful celebrity, according to Forbes’ annual top 100 list. (Forbes)

Tops

Walmart has dropped her, so has the Food Network and Novo Nordisk, but despite the corporate exodus, Paula Deen is still number one on Amazon. Her new cook book, Paula Deen’s New Testament, which won’t be out for another three months, sits atop the best seller list. (Slate)

No. 1

After lawmakers overrode a Mayoral veto earlier today, New York City has officially become the biggest city to require employers to give paid sick days to their workers. (AP)

1st

For once, interns took the prize, as they ran printouts of the Supreme Court decisons on same-sex marriage to their bosses yesterday. (Marketplace/Buzzfeed)

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