Clerks at 7-Eleven and other convenience stores are being constantly monitored by a voice of god that can intervene from thousands of miles away.
Now Mitoshi Matsumoto is locked in an ongoing battle with the chain's corporate overlords.
Plus, The French Laundry served porcini mushroom soup out of a bong.
The message? This is going to start happening a lot more often.
The suspects remain at large.
Point-of-sale systems dramatically modernized supply chains and allowed consumers to go cashless, but they were not without their learning curves.
Coincidence? We think not.
Stray dogs are a common sight at Thailand's 7-Elevens, but few are as unflappable as this pup.
Police think the culprit was trying to heat up some clean pee to pass a drug test at work.
It will be available either by the slice or as an entire pie, because 7-Eleven knows that you can’t hate yourself all day unless you start first thing in the morning.
Franchisees were paying employees well below minimum wage, blackmailing them to work double shifts, and threatening to report foreign workers to immigration if they spoke out.