Features by Jim Burress
Posted In: paper, marketing, consumer
Thanks to e-mail, e-vites and e-readers, paper use has dropped.
Posted In: crowdfunding, guitars, kickstarter
Georgia was one of the first states to allow this type of regulated crowdfunding.
Posted In: airports, technology, personal data
Future technology could eliminate airport lines.
Posted In: college acceptances, college bookstores, branded apparel
When acceptance letters go out, lots of cash comes in to college bookstores.
Posted In: rebates, shopping, consumer behavior
Customers often use a rebate to justify buying something they want anyway.
Posted In: Airlines, southwest, mergers
After four years, Southwest Airlines officially acquires AirTran.
The Cabbage Patch Kid still draws fans decades after its release.
Posted In: tv, Entertainment, reruns
Nine out of 10 of us will watch at least one holiday TV special this year.
Posted In: Ebola, vaccine, Health, Africa
While the market for an Ebola vaccine is small, the payoff of production is big.
Posted In: airports, cargo, Atlanta
Known as "world's busiest" for passengers, Atlanta's airport now wants more cargo