KFC’s response to woman’s job application branded ‘most cringe rejection ever’

A woman’s tweet about a rejection letter she received from KFC has gone viral on social media for all the wrong reasons. Sophie Corcoran shared her frustration after applying for a position at a brand of the fast-food chain in Durham and being turned down as they claimed she didn’t have enough experience – despite […]


Momentum builds toward Deshaun Watson trade to Miami

The window closes in nine days. There continues to be a good chance that, by 4:00 p.m. ET on Tuesday, November 2, Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson will be a member of the Miami Dolphins. Dolphins owner Stephen Ross, as we’ve known for weeks, really wants Watson. Watson, as we’ve known for months, really wants the […]


To baby brains, language is language, whether signed or spoken

Baby brains are hungry for language. New parents are urged to talk to their babies to help their minds develop properly. Now, a group of UConn researchers have shown that “talking” doesn’t just mean speech—sign language exposure is equally as nourishing. “We find early exposure to language, whether signed or spoken, supports the development of […]


UPS profit rises ahead of peak holiday season

United Parcel Service Inc (UPS.N) reported better-than-expected quarterly profit and revenue on Tuesday, bolstered by strong e-commerce demand that has driven the delivery giant to raise shipping rates and cherry-pick more profitable customers. The Atlanta-based company, which is heading into the peak holiday delivery season, raised its forecast for full-year adjusted operating margin to 13% […]


Logitech reports record sales but warns of issues supplying demand moving forward

It’s almost become a weekly occurrence where a technology company has issued a statement regarding supply chain complications impacting their products. Despite reporting record sales, Logitech has now said it will also be affected by logistical problems moving forward. The computer peripheral manufacturer reported sales of $1.31 billion for the quarter ending September 30, 2021. […]


School sparks debate by banning extensive list of food items from packed lunches

Gone are the days that you can send a kid to school with a buttery cheese sarnie, a packet of crisps and a chocolate bar and call it a packed lunch – at least at one school anyway. Many years have passed since Jamie Oliver revolutionised school dinners – for better or for worse – […]