Target Pulls Grand Theft Auto V From Shelves Over Its Depiction Of Violence Against Women If it starts with GTA V, where does it end? Google’s Clever Plan To Replace CAPTCHA With A Checkbox Making us look at kittens is less annoyingShow More Summary
Target Australia will cease sales of Grand Theft Auto 5 following "feedback from customers about the game's depictions of violence against women," according to a company press release. "We've been speaking to many customers over recent days about th...
Grand Theft Auto 5 has been removed from sale at Australian branches of Target following an online petition over the game's depiction of violence towards women. The campaign criticises GTA5's ability to let players harm and kill female sex workers. Show More Summary
Since the next-gen re-release of Grand Theft Auto V for Xbox One and Playstation 4, complaints surrounding the game’s treatment of women. Following a petition bearing tens of thousands of signatures, Target has bowed to community pressure and decided to remove the game from sale. More »
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At a convention sponsored by the NRA, a bleeding “Obama” target was pulled by the vendor after numerous complaints. The zombie target model, named Rocky, is colored green and depicts blood oozing from the mouth and various other wounds. According to critics, the zombie bears a striking resemblance to the President of the United States. [...]Show More Summary
Watch for falling prices, Walmart—they might hit you. Target had lower prices than its arch-rival this month for the first time since October, research from Bloomberg has concluded. Indeed, Target won out by the largest margin yet seen in the two years Bloomberg has been tracking the numbers. The...
Target, one of the biggest retailers in the US, has decided to remove the Amazon Kindle from its online stores and final shipments of the league-leading e-reader will also happen by the middle of the month – effectively ending the presence of Amazon in Target stores all across the country. Target’s decision to remove Amazon’s [...] No related posts.
Amazon is notorious for making other businesses upset, be it partners or competitors. This time Amazon has made the box box retailer Target mad. The reason? Because Amazon encourages customers to check out products in physical stores...Show More Summary
Since 2010, Target has happily hawked Amazon's e-reading wares. The retailer even carved out a branded corner of its online shop just for the Kindle. Now though, that store within a store is empty and conspicuously missing from Target's virtual shelves is Amazon's entire Kindle line. Show More Summary
Target has decided to pull greeting cards that mocked Whitney Houston‘s experience with bad boys – Huffington Post Check out a preview of Zendaya‘s new video – Just Jared Jr Hundreds of thousands have shown support for Bully – FoxNews Whoa – check out the Photoshopping on Patti Stanger‘s Sensa ad – DListed Kate Upton [...]
First, this card was recently pulled from Target’s shelves (via TMZ ): Secondly, she was pretty broke… which reminds us of Diamanda Galás’ statement following Houston’s death. Whitney Houston really was as “broke as a joke” when she died last month, and she owed her record label, Sony Music, tens of millions of dollars, sources say. Read and comment. From thedailyswarm.com.
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There are plenty of tasteless greeting cards released into the universe each day. However, most of these greeting cards are not aimed to poke fun at deceased famous celebrities. When they are, usually that?s a sign a business? card section is a little outdated and some of the tasteless fodder should be pulled. Show More Summary
This Target greeting card is one of those things that was offensive to begin with, but crossed way over the good taste line when Whitney Houston passed away. Luckily, the chain has the good sense to realize that they must get this card off their shelves ASAP. “The card was in our stores prior to [...]
Target is pulling a greeting card that makes fun of the late singer Whitney Houston's penchant for bad boys. The discounter said Wednesday the card was sold in its stores prior to Ms. Houston's death on Feb. 11, and as soon as it was brought to the retailer's attention, Target Corp. Show More Summary
Before Houston's death, the store had a greeting card on its shelves mocking the singer.
Prior to Whitney Houston's death, Target had a greeting card on their shelves that read: "Next time you think of dating the bad boy, consider Whitney Houston. That's all I'm going to say." (Who even sends cards like this?) The product remained on their shelves following the singer's death on February 11th, but according to TMZ, they've now pulled it. [ more › ]
There are the usual greeting cards for birthdays, get-well wishes, and holidays. And then, at Target, there was this one: "Next time you think of dating a bad boy, consider Whitney Houston. That's all I'm going to say." It's hard toShow More Summary