Technically Incorrect: Auto-tweets are rarely a good idea, as Coca-Cola discovered when it suddenly found itself inadvertently trying to put a nice face on quotes from "Mein Kampf." It is forced to suspend the campaign.
America's Nazi Party tweets that disciplined grammar is part of supporting the cause. Except that its own grammar isn't always so perfect.
The sequel to the instant cult classic about Nazis on the moon returns is the only logical way possible: With conspiracy theories and a whole passel o' dinos.
The electronics giant adds its voice to the rebellion against the Civil War symbol following last week's racist massacre of nine people at the famed Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal church.
The online retailers' prohibition comes after bans from Walmart and Sears. Google, Etsy and Newegg also make similar changes.
The online video services hopes the iconic sitcom will bring in more subscribers, especially among the younger crowd.
Dust off your hat and snap your whip! Indy's coming back to the big screen, though no date has been set.
"It's kind of embarrassing if you look at the video games industry and how they've handled World War II as a topic," Moon Studios CEO Thomas Mahler says.
Technically Incorrect: In a bizarre image posted by CEO of Chinese company that's about to launch a smartphone, Apple is portrayed by Hitler with an Apple logo in place of the swastika.
The largest of the German Nazi extermination camps is the subject of new footage captured by a drone flying over the facility.