Posted by Abe Sauer on May 20, 2011 12:00 PM
Remember Four Loko, the "blackout in a can" that was pulled off US store shelves last year? It's back (in trouble).
Below, celeb chefs, celeb photographers and more.
Controversial photographer Terry Richardson and Kate Moss Terry Richardson star in Mango's new ad campaign:
Celebrity chef Curtis Stone's endorsement of Post's Great Grains cereal irks one observer:
ESPN tell-all book probably not going to get a highlight on Sportscenter.
Divorce lawyers have a friend in Facebook.
History Channel Top Shot competitor to become spokesman for shooting retailer Cheaper Than Dirt.
McDonald's China promotes its manly 100% beef burger with men's only discount.Deutsche Telekom's Polish unit to rebrand as T-Mobile.
Headline of the Week: "Dwarf barista's firing prompts feds to sue Starbucks"
Made on the Spot: The McDonald's Placemat
Will Hero Honda become Hero Moto? Also, how Honda made the Civic a "Prize."
China military training videogame features US troops as enemy. Some nutcase hero put a V10 Dodge Viper engine in a Saab wagon.
& Sony joins with Intel for Project Shiphunt:
[Image at top via The Massachusetts Daily Collegian]
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