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Buffalo Wild Wings will make your lunch order in less than 15 minutes or it's free — if you dine-in at the restaurant.
Amazon's Prime Day generated the fourth largest amount of visitors for the country's top retailers last year, according to new data.
The company released a new short film on Wednesday as an advertisement of its commitment to using quality, fresh ingredients.
The former "American Idol" judge is arguably one of America's most famous performers, and she's learned a lot on her way to the top.
Nathan Sawaya now creates and sells works of art made completely out of Legos … with price tags over $100,000.
You might not have heard of Eric Villency, but you probably know his work. Racked reports.
"West Texas Investors Club" co-star Rooster McConaughey says that street-savvy is more important than an MBA.
The days of 16GB iPhones are nearly over. The Verge reports.
The supermodel-turned-mogul is now one of the biggest names in business, reports Today.com.
There's another weed taking root in the Golden State, one being called a "super food": quinoa.
Sir Richard Branson told Collective Hub that Roman Abramovich should be spending more on philanthropy and less on yachts and property.
Contrary to popular belief, pasta consumption does not make you fat, according to Italian research.
A number of big sports players make their biggest money off the court or field, namely through lucrative product endorsements.
The winning numbers for Tuesday night's $454 million Mega Millions lottery were 29, 46, 53, 64, 73 and 10.
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Kevin Durant is joining All-Stars Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson with the Golden State Warriors.
NASA'S Juno spacecraft capped a five-year journey to Jupiter on Monday to probe the origins of the biggest planet in the solar system.
Deep pocketed collectors shelled out top dollar for "Star Trek" memorabilia at a Hollywood auction last week.
The Morris Museum offers a voyage through time to an era where fun seekers could pay just cents to be entertained by a variety of machines.