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'Lord of the Rings' Acquired by Gaming Giant Embracer Group

The Embracer Group is buying Middle-earth Enterprises, giving it the rights to The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit, the video game giant said in a release Thursday. The deal includes movies, video games, board games, merchandising, theme parks and stage productions based on JRR Tolkien's novels. The Swedish...
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Amazon looks to TikTok to copy the feed of its shopping app

TikTok is still in fashion. The company of Chinese origin entered fully a few years ago through a commitment to short videos. Since then, it has done nothing but gain market share at the expense of the rest of the alternatives on the market. The firm has been the subject of controversy due to the presence of dangerous challenges, but the many themes available have ended up imposing a business model that has been the source of its competitive advantage. Many companies in the sector are already copying them.
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Dan Price, CEO who slashed his own salary to pay workers $70k, resigns

Dan Price, the CEO who slashed his own salary to ensure all of his employees were decently paid, has resigned from Gravity Payments in order to focus on his legal battles. According to the Seattle Times, Mr Price resigned on Wednesday. "My No. 1 priority is for our employees to work for the best company in the world, but my presence has become a distraction here," he said in a resignation post he shared to Twitter. "I also need to step aside from these duties to focus full time on fighting false accusations made against me. I'm not going anywhere."Mr Price has been accused of trying to forcibly kiss a woman and was indirectly accused of being abusive toward an ex-girlfriend. He has denied both of those allegations. Prosecutors charged him with misdemeanour assault and reckless driving, and the case is ongoing.
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Rick Ross' Family Company Fined Over $100K For Violating Labor Laws

Boss Wings Enterprises LLC made employees pay for their uniforms, safety trainings, background checks and cash register shortages, according to the Department Of Labor. The US Labor Department announced Thursday that a company owned by rapper Rick Ross’ family was fined for labor violations at five of its Wingstop locations in Mississippi.
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