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Big dinos mean big opportunities for museums

Jun 3, 2015
Natural history venues are looking for a boost from 'Jurassic World.'
Posted In: box office, history, museums

A Boeing 747 pilot writes a love letter to flight

Jun 2, 2015
Chatting with Mark Vanhoenacker about his book "Skyfaring: A Journey With a Pilot"
Posted In: air travel, airplane, pilots, Boeing
The headquarters of JPMorgan Chase in Park Avenue, New York.

JPMorgan Chase to eliminate voicemail

Jun 2, 2015
The finance firm joins the rest of us in modern day.
Posted In: JP Morgan Chase, telecommunications, corporate
An airline staff member feeds a race horse in October 2008 at the Animal Lounge at Frankfurt's international airport, after the animal was flown back from an equestrian tournament in Sao Paolo, Brazil.

When horses fly

Jun 2, 2015
Leg room costs extra on flights, whether you have two feet or four.
Posted In: horses, airplane travel, airline industry, pilots, horse racing

A literal underground music scene

Jun 2, 2015
The economics behind making it big — and making a living — in the subway.
Posted In: subway, Music, performers

Startup tries to raise the dirt-cheap price of water

Jun 2, 2015
MeterHero wants to pay you to conserve.
Posted In: start-up, conservation, drought

Now there really is a start-up for everything

Jun 1, 2015
A trash moving company will save you the trouble of walking to your curb.
Posted In: garbage, start-up, San Francisco
Instagram has become a hub for fashion advertising.

And the award goes to ... Instagram!

Jun 1, 2015
Fashion brands find advertising gold in the social network.
Posted In: instagram, fashion, advertising
Talk Like a Pirate Day is a national event celebrated on YouTube every September.

Just how do national days get on the calendar?

Jun 1, 2015
It's Go Barefoot Day? Penpal Day? Say Something Nice Day? Who says?
George Clooney as Frank Walker in the film "Tomorrowland." The film has been called a box-office disappointment.

Why making movies isn't like making hamburgers

May 29, 2015
The rules of product development only go so far when it comes to films.
Posted In: film industry, movies, box office

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