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Is this the most unhealthy snack ever? Hostess launches DEEP-FRIED Twinkies which come frozen Similar to the Scottish favorite the deep-fried Mars bar, this latest vanilla-cream offering has nine grams of fat and 220 calories compared to 4 grams of fat and 130 calories in a regular Twinkie. A person who weighs about 150 pounds would need to take a 40-minute spin class or do a 50-minute bike ride to work off the snack, according to Amy Gorin, a New Jersey-based nutritionist. Comment?
And Geena Davis proved she's still got it when she hit the press line for FOX's TV series The Exorcist at Comic-Con in San Diego on Friday. The 60-year-old Oscar winner radiated youth as she showed off her svelte physique in a curve-hugging frock. Comment?
A worker who claims he was sacked from a McDonald's restaurant in Arkansas because he was HIV positive is now suing his bosses. The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission said it has filed a lawsuit accusing the operators of the McDonald's in Bentonville, Arkansas, of firing the man because he was HIV-positive. Comment?
BT chairman Mike Rake looks to have forgotten that the future of telecoms and media is global and overreaches by telling the group's 81,400 employees that 'Remain' is best. The former CBI president would do better letting the workforce know that the company's prospects depend on keeping and expanding its offer to 8million broadband customers. Comment?
The bankruptcy of BHS is a horror story. The biggest financial tragedy is the hit to living standards for staff, members of the pension schemes and the supply chain. Comment?
Wal-Mart Stores, the world's largest retailer, said it's launching its own mobile payment system that will allow shoppers to pay with any major credit or debit card or its own store gift card through its existing smartphone app at the cash register. It started testing the new payment feature at its stores in the Bentonville, Arkansas area, where the retailer is based, and plans to launch the payment system called Walmart Pay in all 4,500-plus U.S. stores in early next year. Comment?
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