Kim Kardashian games the system
That’s how many jobs the U.S. added in February, with the unemployment rate falling to 5.5 percent.
That’s what the makers of the Snuggie will pay the Federal Trade Commission to settle charges it made customers pay exorbitant shipping and handling costs on buy-one-get-one-free items, the Associated Press reported.
That’s the supposed size of the next iPad’s screen. It may also come with USB ports. Some speculate that the next iteration of the tablet will be aimed at business customers.
That’s what “Kim Kardashian: Hollywood” made last year after its summer launch, and the game is on track to reach $200 million this year. The surprise smash has been downloaded 28 million times and players have logged a shocking 11 billion minutes. Adweek‘s cover story is an interview with Kardashian about her success and her future plans in tech.
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