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He's biting back in a very aggressive way.
She called it "a little ironic" that she works for their new delivery service but can't afford food.
Giant signs now hang outside his Tucson concepts.
The characters discovered the power of mentioning to restaurants that they're Yelp critics.
Apparently, one chef claims, Yelp will punish you if you don't buy ads.
There's a $5 million lawsuit against Eat24 just five months after Yelp bought it.
Another reason why Yelp is the worst.
Not good for business.
Ammunition for the anti-Yelp documentary.
Shockingly, the place is now closed.
That’s up from the 25 percent they offered in September.
He waited four years to pen his nasty review.
Someone is trying to sink the tiny clam shack's reputation.
Now the customer who penned the one-star post has been banned.
"Straight up though if I ever see you near one of my places of business, we are going to have a discussion."
Haters get 25 percent off and free cooking classes.
The first, and probably not last, state to do this.
Someone impersonating a worker claimed to have "personally spit" in food.
If it's "not unlawful" for Yelp to "post and sequence the reviews," why not?