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48. The Fight for the McDonald's Franchise

In 1969, Cleveland's Black residents boycotted McDonald's. For weeks, the company's leadership had been locked in a stalemate with Black activists over who should own and operate the local franchises. It was all part of a bigger movement, whose goal was to build economic power in Black communities through Black-owned businesses. But... go to Article >

“The Mandalorian” Season 2: MAJOR Plot Leaks Reveal Baby Yoda’s Name & More

4 Days ago Entertainment Source: Popdust.com

Several sources have now reported on new leaks regarding The Mandalorian Season 2, Episode 5, including the episode's title, runtime, and plot details. Popdust has not independently verified the leaks. However, if true, these leaks hold major... read more

Andy Murray on vaccines, the Australian Open and Mats Wilander’s wildcard attack

3 Days ago Tech Source: Metro.co.uk

Murray spoke on a wide range of issues in tennis (Picture: ROSS WOODHALL) At the end of a disappointing season, Andy Murray is looking forward to the next and is full of ‘motivation’ to return to some of the biggest stages in tennis.... read more

Dow closes above 30,000 for first time ever on Biden-transition rally

3 Days ago Finance Source: Markets.businessinsider.com

Summary List Placement US equities jumped on Tuesday after the General Services Administration's ascertainment of President-elect Joe Biden's victory lifted investor sentiments. The Dow Jones industrial average climbed above 30,000 for the... read more

Cute Facts About Jack Black's Relationship With Wife, Tanya Haden

5 Days ago Entertainment Source: Yourtango.com

Photo: Joe Seer / Shutterstock   We all know the lovable comedic actor Jack Black from either his School of Rock days or the Kung Fun Panda franchise. He also starred in the recent remakes of the beloved classic movie... read more

10 times Elon Musk proved that Tesla doesn't need car dealers (TSLA)

15 Days ago Finance Source: Businessinsider.com

Summary List Placement Tesla is infamous for not having traditional car dealerships in America. Instead, the company sells vehicles directly to its customers — but only in US states that permit it to do so.  All other major automakers doing... read more

Glenn Close, Hillbilly Elegy And The Myth Of The Overdue Oscar

13 Days ago Entertainment Source: Huffingtonpost.co.uk

To win an Oscar, an actor needs an Oscar Scene. It’s the moment — perhaps one of a few moments — that stands out above all the others, encapsulating what it is that makes a particular performance special. On Oscar night, a clip from said scene... read more

The White Sox hired Tony La Russa for all the wrong reasons

29 Days ago Sports Source: Sbnation.com

Photo by Ron Vesely/MLB Photos via Getty Images A White Sox team on the brink gave into their worst tendencies by hiring Tony La Russa. Jerry Reinsdorf tried to hire one of his good ole’ boys to lead a young, rising team primed for the... read more

Luis Troyano, ‘Great British Bake Off’ Contestant, Dies at 48

24 Days ago Gossip Source: Thewrap.com

Luis Troyano, a “Great British Bake Off'” contestant who was the competition’s 2014 runnerup, died last week following a battle with esophageal cancer. He was 48. “Sadly, my lovely client lost his brave fight against Oesophageal cancer last... read more

Strong ‘Monster Hunter,’ ‘Resident Evil’ Video Game Sales Bode Well for Film Adaptations

16 Days ago Gossip Source: Thewrap.com

The “Monster Hunter” and “Resident Evil” franchises continue to dominate Capcom’s sales rankings, boding well for upcoming feature film adaptations of the popular video games. “Monster Hunter: World” is Capcom’s top seller to date, with over 16.4... read more

ESPN’s Head of Content Connor Schell to Exit to Form Production Company

19 Days ago Gossip Source: Thewrap.com

Connor Schell, ESPN’s executive vice president of content, is leaving the company at the end of the year, an individual with knowledge of the situation told TheWrap. Schell’s departure is not said to be related to the massive job cuts at ESPN... read more