When Buying Stock in Gluttony Is a Good Investment
www.nytimes.com

ARTHUR LEVITT JR., the former chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, acknowledged that he found “The Seven Deadly Sins” irresistible — so much so that he plunked down $5,000 as an initial investment and has since put in more.

8
Like
Save
Kadner: Mindless entertainment or not, Super Bowl galvanizes Americans
www.suntimes.com

Members of the Denver Broncos cheerleading squad pose for photos following a promotional appearance on Super Bowl Boulevard, Friday, Jan. 31, 2014, in New York's Times Square. The Seattle Seahawks are scheduled to play the Broncos in the NFL …

16
Like
Save
BrightFunnel Raises Funding To Build Smarter Marketing Predictions
techcrunch.com

Co-founder and CEO Nadim Hossain served most recently as the vice president of marketing at PowerReviews (which was acquired by Bazaarvoice). In that role, and in other jobs as a marketing executive, Hossain said that with his background in economics …

16
Like
Save
Don't hold your breath for a 12.9-inch 'iPad Pro'
bgr.com

Even though there are many rumors detailing a 12.9-inch iPad model – often called the “iPad Pro” – not everybody believes in such a device from Apple including market research firm IHS, which told CNET that there is evidence the iPad maker is toying …

12
Like
Save
CEO of home swapping service on her secrets to entrepreneurial success
www.cbsnews.com

Airbnb is one of the most buzzed about companies in the travel industry right now, but it's not the only option for vacationers looking to stay in a real home while on the road. A new company, Love Home Swap, a home exchange club, has almost 50,000 …

17
Like
Save
Why Is Entrepreneurship An Alternative Lifestyle?
www.forbes.com

If you run a business, you're probably used to the people you meet at parties saying that you must be a big risk taker or confessing that they could never do what you do because they need a steady paycheck or health insurance…perhaps making you wonder …

15
Like
Save
Questions persist at facility housing children with disabilities
www.chicagotribune.com

Three years ago, state authorities vowed to shut a troubled North Side nursing facility after more than a dozen deaths of children and young adults with severe disabilities. But the facility, Alden Village North, remained open after a judge said the …

17
Like
Save
John Sculley Made Apple's '1984' Ad, and He Still Thinks It Rules
www.businessweek.com

So when Apple was ready to launch its user-friendly Macintosh computer, the primary villain took the form of Big Blue. “We just wanted to get out to the biggest audience,” he recalled. “Steve loved it being about emotion and experience—that the Mac …

20
Like
Save
My iPhone in Burma
www.newyorker.com

Apple doesn't sell the iPhone in Burma, according to a spokeswoman. It has two authorized resellers in Yangon, which sell Mac computers, but that's it. But Thurien Myint, my guide, told me that the most admired phones in Burma are the iPhone 5C, which …

17
Like
Save
Alternative health practitioner pleads not guilty to felony charges
www.valleycenter.com

Robert Young, a Valley Center man who runs the pH Miracle Center on Dia Del Sol, was arrested last Thursday and charged with conspiracy to practice medicine without a license and several counts of grand theft. He pleaded not guilty to the charges in …

0
Like
Save
Facebook Auto Publish Powered By : XYZScripts.com