Games/Entertainment

In the Era of Shrinkflation, Cinemark Sued for Allegedly Swindling Customers by Shortchanging Them on Beverages

Cinemark is allegedly duping its customers by offering 24-ounce drink cups that can only hold a maximum of 22 ounces, according to a proposed class-action suit filed in a Texas federal court.


Netflix to Stop Reporting Subscriber Numbers By 2025; Tells Wall Street to Just Focus on Profits

Netflix's decision to cease reporting quarterly subscriber numbers heralds a shift in focus towards financial metrics like revenue and free cash flow, indicating its evolution beyond the "streaming wa..

CI Games, Developer of Lords of the Fallen, Reports Best-Ever Year With 400% Revenue Surge After 10% Job Cuts

Lord of the Fallen developer CI Games reports a record-breaking 400% surge in company profits, just after implementing a 10% job cut that it received criticism for earlier in the year...

Disneyland Cast Members Move One Step Closer to Unionizing as They File for Union Vote

Disneyland cast members who work in the shows, parades, and visitor meet-and-greets at the amusement park are getting closer to becoming a union...


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Broadway Actor Robbed by Panhandler Inside Dunkin Donuts in New York City on Easter
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