Here’s How Much Your Thanksgiving Dinner Will Probably Cost This Year

This Thanksgiving, families can feel free to tighten their pursestrings and loosen their belts when they sit down to feast. That’s because the American Farm Bureau Federation’s (AFBF) 33rd annual survey of Thanksgiving dinner food prices found that the cost of this year’s typical feast will be the lowest in eight years. To gather the information for its annual survey, the AFBF enlists volunteer shoppers across the country to chec ...read more

Mark Zuckerberg Tries Out Transparency as Yet Another Crisis Hits Facebook

About 38 minutes into a conference call with reporters on Thursday, Mark Zuckerberg asked for more. “I think we should probably take a bunch more questions,” the embattled Facebook CEO said, despite the fact that the call was scheduled to end a few minutes later. The day after an investigation by The New York Times called Zuckerberg’s leadership into question — and accused the company of concealing damaging information from ...read more

Tinier Turkeys Are Trending for This Thanksgiving 2018

We all know the saying: less is more. While that doesn’t normally apply to a Thanksgiving feast, it seems to be a mantra taking hold more and more for American eaters, according to new reports about poultry trends. Bloomberg reports that smaller turkeys are breaking big this year, noting that inventories of whole hens are down, shoppers are snapping up smaller birds from grocers and some breeders are even developing a distinctive six-pound turkey type (not ...read more

Electronic Driving Systems Don’t Always Work, New Tests Show

(DETROIT) — Testing by AAA shows that electronic driver assist systems on the road today may not keep vehicles in their lanes or spot stationary objects in time to avoid a crash. The tests brought a warning from the auto club that drivers shouldn’t think that the systems make their vehicles self-driving, and that they should always be ready to take control. AAA also said that use of the word “pilot” by automakers in naming ...read more

Victoria’s Secret CEO Jan Singer Resigns After Two Years With Company

Victoria’s Secret CEO of lingerie, Jan Singer has resigned. The company confirmed to TIME on Wednesday that Singer, who formerly worked at Spanx, will be stepping down from her role after leading at the L Brands owned lingerie company for two years. Singer’s departure follows declining sales for the lingerie giant, who has suffered as more inclusive brands such as Rihanna’s Savage x Fenty, Aerie, and Third Love have captured the interest and wal ...read more