Tinder lawsuit alleges harassment, stock cheating

Tinder founders and executives have sued parent IAC, alleging they were cheated out of stock payouts and accusing HR of covering up sexual misconduct by former Tinder CEO Greg Blatt. IAC denies the allegations, calling the lawsuit meritless and saying former employees are nursing "sour grapes."

Educator: How collaborative writing builds skills

Collaborative writing teaches students valuable workplace social skills and builds their confidence as writers, educator and author Jeremy Hyler writes. In this article, Hyler shares lesson and assessment ideas for collaborative writing projects and includes details on technology tools to ease the process.

Turkey plans retaliation via boycott of US electronics

Turkey will retaliate against US sanctions by boycotting electronic products from the US, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says. Deterioration of relations between the countries is among factors that have sent the Turkish lira to a record low against the US dollar.

Wendy's to sell its stake in Buffalo Wild Wings, Arby's

Inspire Brands will pay $450 million to acquire Wendy's interest in Inspire-owned chains Arby's and Buffalo Wild Wings. Wendy's, which owned a 12.3% interest in Inspire, will invest the funds in its namesake brand and spend about $100 million to buy back Wendy's shares.

Experts say no need to fear dog drool
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Veterinarian Jennifer McQuiston, an expert on Capnocytophaga with the CDC, says she has two dogs that lick her children, and most Capnocytophaga infections respond well to common antibiotics. People with alcoholism, the elderly, people with weak immune systems and people who do not have a spleen are at risk of sepsis from Capnocytophaga infections, and recognizing the symptoms is key to recovery, Dr. McQuiston and other experts say.

Can Walmart crack the streaming video space?

With an expected $8-per-month price tag, Walmart's planned streaming video service could rival established successes in the space such as Netflix and Amazon, writes Kelly Mertesdorf. Rural areas, which have lower rates of cable subscribers, could especially give Walmart's new streaming offering a boost, she writes.

Gap to grow recruiting program for lower-income youths

Gap will expand its "This Way Ahead" recruitment program for lower-income youths to 53 cities in the US, UK and Japan. The retailer expects at least 5% of its entry-level workforce to come from this group of 16-to-24-year-olds within the next seven years.

Samsung focuses on sound with new offerings

Samsung is expanding its presence in the high-end audio market with the unveiling of its HW-N950 and HW-N850 sound bars, built in partnership with Harman Kardon. Both Dolby Atmos and DTS:X audio standards are supported, and the devices are designed to immediately improve sound quality with minimal components.

Report: Some children's breakfast foods contain cancer-linked glyphosate
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Thirty-one of 45 children's breakfast foods and cereals, such as granolas, oats and snack bars, had levels of glyphosate, a weed-killing chemical associated with cancer, exceeding what some consider to be safe levels for children, an Environmental Working Group report found. The report also showed that only two products didn't contain glyphosate.

Analysts predict mobile subscriber growth for Charter, Comcast

Some Wall Street analysts see cable's entry into the wireless market as generally being via a careful, as opposed to aggressive, approach. Macquarie Research expects Charter Communications to add 650,000 mobile subscribers over the next 13 months, while Oppenheimer analysts predict that Comcast's Xfinity Mobile will have 1.3 million subscribers by the end of the year and 3.3 million by the end of 2020.

Tangier Island in Chesapeake Bay is slowing disappearing
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Tangier Island in Chesapeake Bay faces an existential threat due to changing weather patterns that lead to rising water levels and increased erosion. The Army Corps of Engineers is planning to address erosion on the island with a $3 million jetty, and the Corps is seeking approval for a study examining the best ways to protect the island.

Caesars to cut carbon emissions by 95%

Caesars Entertainment has committed to reduce carbon emissions by 95% of 2011 figures by 2050. Meanwhile, 60% of Caesars' suppliers will set science-based emissions reduction targets by 2023, according to the company.

Mass. partnership to use storytelling with STEM

Educators in Massachusetts will soon work to create a science, technology, engineering and math curriculum that integrates storytelling and students' imaginations into lessons for middle-schoolers. Using a $1.1 million National Science Foundation grant, a school district, Springfield Technical Community College and Smith College will partner on the four-year project with the goal of being the "Harry Potter of STEM education," according to one official.

New look, new drinks, new name for San Francisco hotel's bar

Striking artwork and floor-to-ceiling terrazzo tile on the fireplace highlight a lavish makeover of the venerable Swank Lounge in San Francisco's Laurel Inn. Renamed Laureate, the 1,100-square-foot lounge also features an updated, California-themed menu.