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On November 30, 2010, the Kardashian sisters terminated their licensing agreement with MasterCard for the “Kardashian Kard” after only three weeks–the card was launched on November 9, 2010–due to the negative publicity surrounding the card’s high fees. The Kardashian-endorsed prepaid debit card targeted teens as young as sixteen years-old, and allowed parents to monitor and [...]

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Attorneys General from approximately thirty states are discussing whether Google violated any laws when cars used by the company to snap pictures for the Street View service also collected personal information sent over a number of unsecured wireless networks. Last Thursday, Attorneys General of these states participated in a conference call to discuss [...]

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The Big Ten Conference is thinking expansion. On December 15, the athletic conference announced it would take the next twelve to eighteen months to consider adding additional schools to its ranks. Rumors and analyses of how it will play out have run rampant since the announcement (Frank the Tank’s Slant is [...]

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