Let the condiment conspiracy theories begin.
The Google Image-assisted scam has led to 21 felony charges.
Miracle Whip is staying out of this fight, for now.
Andrew Zimmern has something to say about all of this.
The company cuts costs with an "unwritten policy" of wage theft, workers claim.
One Long Island establishment is facing a fine of $150,000.
The waitress who put the cup on the table's edge was negligent.
The impostors even have a bright blue sign that reads, "I'm gonna make you a pizza you can't refuse."
A franchisee with four Manhattan locations not only allegedly cheated its employees out of hourly wages, it forced them to pay for their own bicycles, helmets, safety gear.
The steakhouse also hated paying him his full wages, the lawsuit contends.
The legal settlement is essentially the best possible marketing strategy for the energy-drinks company.
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?
Spouses at Little Caesars are "the opposite gender from you."
"We have tables outside, though, that they can use."
Debra Harrell is suing the station.
A new lawsuit says there's six times more sugar than the container claims.
They "perform the exact same work" as paid writers, anyhow.
Her face is on more than 60 years of ready-made mix and merchandise sales.
It had nothing to do with peppers.