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  • Starbucks' #RaceTogether campaign as well-meaning and flawed as its creator

    Starbucks' #RaceTogether campaign as well-meaning and flawed as its creator
    Close to four years after Mitt Romney's famous quip, we're having another "Corporations are people, my friend" moment. Fresh on the heels of social media-driven calls for a Dolce & Gabbana boycott, the Internet is losing its cool over Starbucks' new...
  • Starbucks brews up controversy with 'Race Together' campaign

    Starbucks brews up controversy with 'Race Together' campaign
    Starbucks' move to kick-start a national conversation on race relations — over coffee at its cash registers — has at least ignited a debate over whether the ubiquitous chain has any business leading such a conversation. Brand experts,...
  • UM College Park investigating email containing racial, ethnic slurs

    UM College Park investigating email containing racial, ethnic slurs
    The University of Maryland, College Park found itself thrust into the spotlight Friday after a racist and sexist email allegedly sent by a student fraternity member surfaced, sparking outrage and fierce debates about free speech. The email, purportedly...
  • Drake, producers battling over 'Homecoming' film days before release

    Drake, producers battling over 'Homecoming' film days before release
    Days before a new Drake concert film hits theaters, producers are considering pursuing legal action against the rapper after he not only distanced himself from the project but is publicly labeling its release as “unauthorized.” While Drake's...
  • Mexican journalist Carmen Aristegui fired by radio station

    Mexican journalist Carmen Aristegui fired by radio station
    Carmen Aristegui, the award-winning Mexican journalist behind the exposure of numerous scandals involving the government and other holders of power, has lost her popular daily radio show in a dispute with the station’s owners. Mexicans who tuned...
  • South African officials draw ridicule for probe of alleged CIA spies

    South African officials draw ridicule for probe of alleged CIA spies
    South Africa’s government was accused Friday of trying to smear the ombudsman and several top opposition politicians when it announced an inquiry into allegations they were CIA spies that were based on claims of an anonymous blog. U.S....
  • Twitter buying Niche, a social-media 'influencer' marketing start-up

    Twitter buying Niche, a social-media 'influencer' marketing start-up
    Twitter has been losing out on a chunk of ad revenue because some advertisers have been striking deals directly with social media stars. But Twitter said Wednesday it had agreed to acquire Niche, a start-up that connects advertisers with some of the...
  • YouTube to host and stream own Super Bowl halftime show

    YouTube to host and stream own Super Bowl halftime show
    Get ready for the Super Bowl, YouTube style. The Google-owned video platform has invited hundreds of its die-hard users to its studios in Playa Vista to watch the big game. The plan is to host and stream its own halftime show as an alternative to the...
  • Ravens news and notes on Torrey Smith, Pernell McPhee and more

    Whatever the Ravens decide on pending free agent wide receiver Torrey Smith, it will be met by a decidedly mixed reaction from fans. I hear regularly from those who want the Ravens to pull out all the stops and re-sign Smith, and I hear just as often...
  • Muslims use social media to protest news coverage of North Carolina students' deaths

    Muslims use social media to protest news coverage of North Carolina students' deaths
    The news broke faster and wider over social media than it did over America's mainstream media: Three Muslim college students had been shot Tuesday evening in Chapel Hill, N.C., raising suspicion that they had been killed because of their religion. The...
  • Spider-Man: Sony deal could reshape Marvel’s cinematic universe

     
    Spider-Man first swung into the imaginations of comic book readers more than 50 years ago in the pages of “Amazing […]...