Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop faces new false ad asserts

Nonprofit group Truth in Advertising asserts Goop is exploiting females by marketing products as having the ability to treat diseases and disorders Goop, the lifestyle and publishing company founded by Oscar-winning Hollywood actress Gwyneth Paltrow, is facing new criticisms from an advertising watchdog for constructing false asserts promoting almost 50 products, including a Carnalian crystal…

M& S falls cauliflower ‘steak’ amid ridicule from clients

Costing double the price of a whole vegetable and shrouded in layers of plastic, clean eating product fails to make the cut Marks& Spencer has withdrawn its” cauliflower steak” product from marketing after it was ridiculed by customers for its “excessive” plastic packaging and inflated price. The sliced cauliflower, which comes in plastic packaging with…

There’s a search for a fifth meat- and 19 other things podcasts taught us in 2016

Whether its asking what happens when you watch Sexuality and the City 2 more than 50 days or which Oscar has won an Oscar, theres no question a podcast somewhere hasnt answered 1 Richard Ayoade used a ThunderCats duvet cover until he was in his late 20 s Where we learned it The Adam Buxton…

Sumner Redstone fights to answer at trial but musters indecencies about ex

During first day of competency trial former Viacom boss clearly answers question about plaintiff, his ex Manuela Herzer, calling her a fucking bitch The trial to determine the mental fitness of one of the most powerful media executives in the world began Friday with a videotaped witness statement from Sumner Redstone himself, in poor health,…

M& S falls cauliflower ‘steak’ amid ridicule from clients

Costing double the price of a whole vegetable and shrouded in layers of plastic, clean feeing product fails to make the cut Marks& Spencer has withdrawn its” cauliflower steak” product from marketing after it was ridiculed by customers for its “excessive” plastic packaging and inflated price. The sliced cauliflower, which comes in plastic packaging with…

Like her or loathe her, Arianna Huffington woke the news industry up | Emily Bell

As the founder of Huffington Post foliages to spend more time with her pillow, its worth reflecting on how she helped rouse old media from a complacent slumber For many journalists there is no greater irony than Arianna Huffington, the eponymous publisher of the Huffington Post, giving up her role in the company she founded…

No, there hasn’t been a human ‘head transplant’, and there may never be

Dean Burnett: Has there really been a successful human head transplant? No. Not even close. In February 2015, Sergio Canavero appeared in this very publication claiming a live human head will be successfully transplanted onto a donor human body within two years. He’s popped up in the media a lot since then, but two years…

M& S drops cauliflower ‘steak’ amid ridicule from customers

Costing doubled the price of a whole vegetable and shrouded in layers of plastic, clean feeing product fails to make the cut Marks& Spencer has receded its” cauliflower steak” product from marketing after it was ridiculed by customers for its “excessive” plastic packaging and inflated cost. The sliced cauliflower, which comes in plastic packaging with…

READING BREITBART FOR 48 HOURS WILL CONVINCE YOU THE WORLD IS TERRIBLE

I spent two days ingesting news exclusively from the rightwing website and observed its genius lies in the clever packaging of far-right narratives When Donald Trump hired Breitbart News executive chairman Steve Bannon to lead his presidential campaign, many immediately wondered: what can we expect from the new Bannon-led campaign? And what is Breitbart News?…

There’s a search for a fifth meat- and 19 other things podcasts taught us in 2016

Whether its asking what happens when you watch Sex and the City 2 more than 50 times or which Oscar has won an Oscar, theres no question a podcast somewhere hasnt answered 1 Richard Ayoade employed a ThunderCats duvet cover until he was in his late 20 s Where we learned it The Adam Buxton…