• Fast-food workers are gaining millions of TikTok followers with on-the-job videos, but the trend has muddied the relationship between brands, creators, and consumers

    1 month ago - By Business Insider

    Summary List Placement When Milad Mirg goes to work these days, more often than not there's a camera strapped to his chest. The 21-year-old has worked at his parents' Subway franchise for nearly six years, but last spring - during a lull in business because of COVID-19 - he decided to switch things up.
    "Just for fun," Mirg started TikToking at work. In August, he bought a camera harness and began creating clips of sandwich assembly in a POV style - a popular TikTok format intended to make the viewer feel like they're watching from a first-person perspective. He added voiceovers about...
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  • Doritos offers a 13-year-old girl $20,000 as a reward for discovering a rare 'puffy' chip, which she listed on eBay

    Doritos offers a 13-year-old girl $20,000 as a reward for discovering a rare 'puffy' chip, which she listed on eBay

    1 month ago - By Business Insider

    A 'puffy' Dorito chip sells for $20,000.
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    Doritos is paying $20,000 to an Australian teenager for discovering a rare chip.
    Rylee Stuart posted a TikTok video of the oddly shaped snack, which gained four million views.
    She listed it on eBay, where bids reached $100,000 , according to to 9News .
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    A 13-year-old from Queensland, Australia, is set to receive $20,000 after finding a peculiar Doritos chip. 9News reported that on June 11, Rylee Stuart posted a video on TikTok showing a chip that was bloated across all three of its...
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