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Past articles by Michal:

You’ve Been Missing Out on Starbucks Refills for Years

If you didn't already know, Starbucks has a refill policy for those with a registered Starbucks card or mobile app. → Read More

McDonald’s Adds Fresh Beef to More Locations

McDonald's began testing fresh beef at 14 locations last spring, and has just expanded the test to another 75 restaurants. → Read More

Patagonia’s Donating All $10 Million of Its Black Friday Sales to Charity

As promised, Patagonia will donate the $10 million in sales it raised on Black Friday to grassroots organizations. → Read More

George Soros Donates $10 Million to Help Combat Hate Crimes

Billionaire investor, immigrant, and Holocaust survivor George Soros is pledging $10 million to combat hate crimes. → Read More

Kellogg Paid ‘Independent Experts’ to Promote Its Cereal

Kellogg paid its independent "Breakfast Council" of nutrition experts to promote its cereal on social media and during public appearances. → Read More

Chipotle Gets Sued after Customers Find out the Chorizo Burrito Has More than 300 Calories

Three people have filed a class-action lawsuit against Chipotle after discovering its Chorizo Burrito has much more than 300 calories. → Read More

Uber Just Made It Easier to Be Nice to Your Driver

Uber has just introduced its newest rating feature, Compliments, allowing riders to thank their drivers in more creative ways. → Read More

Here’s Where New Yorkers Can Buy Snapchat Spectacles

Snapchat Spectacles are now being sold in a vending machine located near Central Park in New York City. → Read More

O’Hare Airport Workers Announce a Strike Just Before the Holidays

Workers at O'Hare International Airport in Chicago said they will begin their strike the Tuesday after Thanksgiving. → Read More

Trump Supporter Says Japanese Internment Camps Set ‘Precedent’ for Muslim Registry

On "The Kelly File," Donald Trump supporter Carl Higbie said Japanese internment camps in WWII set precedent for Muslim registry. → Read More

‘Failing’ New York Times Saw an Enormous Rise in Subscriptions After Election Day

Donald Trump tweeted that the New York Times is losing thousands of subscribers, but it actually gained over 40,000 since Election Day. → Read More

Kellogg’s Makes Twitter Users’ Dreams Come True with Cinnamon Frosted Flakes

Kellogg's is releasing a new cinnamon-flavored variation of its iconic Frosted Flakes cereal after getting several requests on Twitter. → Read More

McDonald’s Is Making a Change to Its Big Mac Recipe for the First Time Ever

McDonald's is testing out a new Big Mac recipe, marking the first-ever flavor change in the sandwich's 50 year history. → Read More

Krispy Kreme Is Being Sued For Not Using Real Fruit

The lawsuit claims the company is robbing customers of health benefits. → Read More

Guess Which City Lost the Most Sleep on Election Night

Fitbit dug into its sleep data for the night of the U.S. presidential election and found that every single state lost sleep that night. → Read More

This Tech CEO Was Fired For Death Threats Against Donald Trump

CEO of cybersecurity firm PacketSled was fired after posting comments to Facebook that some perceived as death threats against Donald Trump. → Read More

Here’s Where You Can Find the McDonald’s McRib

The sandwich will be at participating locations until December 31. → Read More

This Former WWE Executive Is Being Considered for Secretary of Commerce

Donald Trump may be bringing his longtime wrestling history into the White House. → Read More

Chili’s Apologizes to Veteran Who Had His Free Meal Taken Away

Chili's has apologized on behalf of one of its managers, Wesley Patrick, for taking away a free Veteran's Day meal from vet Wesley Patrick. → Read More

Another NFL Player Takes a Knee to Protest Donald Trump’s Victory

Tampa Bay Buccaneers' Mike Evans took a knee during the national anthem to protest Donald Trump's victory in the U.S. presidential election. → Read More