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North Carolina Restaurant Peaks Burger with a whole Tarantula

A restaurant in North Carolina has toppled one of its burgers with a whole tarantula, and people actually enter a lottery to win the chance to eat one. Tarantula Burger is the creation of Bull City Burger and Brewery in North Carolina, which serves eight-piece LTO as part of its annual exotic meat month campaign. The restaurant says that it …

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He bought two lotto tickets in his life and won $ 724m

Richard Wahl only bought two Mega Millions lottery tickets in his 47 years, and one was a dud. The other, bought as an afterthought along with a Diet Coke during a stop for gas in Riverdale, New Jersey, netted him a $ 533 million ($ 724.11m) prize, the fourth largest in the history of the game and one of the …

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Tesla, Fed's Survey of Deadly Crash Information

Tom Krisher, AP Auto Writer Published 10:52 a.m. PT April 14, 2018 CLOSE XING Mobility's battery-powered speedster threatens to surpass Tesla, while building a foundation for its ambitious engine component arm. Matthew Bell reports. Video provided by Reuters

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Two black men went out of a Starbucks in cuffs for "trespassing"

Two black men were handcuffs and paraded out the door of a downtown Philadelphia Starbucks for allegedly refusing to leave when they were sent by staff and police in an incident caught in a video published on social media. The video, published by Melissa DePino, took place at 4:30 pm on Thursday inside a Starbucks on Spruce Street near South …

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WPP CEO Martin Sorrell rises suddenly after 33 years – Adweek

Today marks the end of the Martin Sorrell era at WPP. The world's largest advertising company confirmed in a statement that Sorrell resigned as CEO, immediately after 33 years in the role. Bloomberg first broke the news earlier this evening. "Sir Martin Sorrell has gone down as Chief Executive Officer of WPP with immediate effect," says holding company in a …

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Philadelphia police chief defends officers in Starbucks arrests

The video, which has racked up millions of views since it was published on Twitter on Thursday, shows Philadelphia police officers arrested two African American men in a Starbucks place. Melissa DePino, who wrote the video, wrote, "The police were called for these men had not ordered anything. They waited for a friend to pop up, who did as they …

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WPP CEO Martin Sorrell Steps Down

Updated April 14, 2018 6:31 pm. ET Martin Sorrell, head of advertising giant WPP WPP 0.49% PLC has gone down, effectively immediately after a business test has been completed in a personal misconduct debt. The company said Select Read, CEO of WPP, Wunderman, and Andrew Scott, WPP Corporate Development Director and Chief Operating Officer, Europe, has been appointed WPP Director …

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WPP CEO Sorrell finishes after three decades on top of Ad World

WPP Plc President Martin Sorrell resigns after 33 years after allegations of personal maladministration and abuse of corporate assets, which marks a sudden end to his reign in the advertising industry. Sorrell, 73, will go away immediately, according to a statement sent on Saturday by WPP, the world's largest advertising company. President Roberto Quarta becomes Executive Chairman until the appointment …

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