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Starbucks CEO wants us to Learn Together, too

Apr 7, 2015
After a controversial race campaign, Howard Schultz expands his education initiative.
Posted In: starbucks, college, campaign, race

Streit's bakes last passover matzos in Manhattan

Apr 7, 2015
The iconic matzo-maker is leaving New York’s Lower East Side this summer.
Posted In: Streit's, matzo, food manufacturers, New York City

Alcoa faces pressure to cut cost

Apr 7, 2015
The aluminium giant is in a heated competition.
Posted In: aluminum, Alcoa, competition
CEO of Girl Scouts of the USA Anna Maria Chavez.

Selling Girl Scout cookies in the digital age

Apr 6, 2015
CEO Anna Maria Chávez on upgrading the organization for tech-savvy girls.
Posted In: Girl Scouts, CEOs, leadership, cookies, girl scout cookies, digital
U.S. Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) exits Beantowne Coffee House & Cafe March 21, 2015 in Hampstead, New Hampshire. Paul has said he will decide on whether he will or will not run for president by early April.

Why there's no rush to jump into the presidential race

Apr 6, 2015
Rand Paul may be in, but others hold back to skirt campaign-finance laws.
Posted In: Rand Paul, election 2016, campaign finance reform
A 3-year-old girl dressed as a ballerina quenches her thirst with juice as she joins kids wearing Halloween costumes on the dance floor during an electronic dance music party organized by CirKiz at a night club in New York on October 26, 2014.

Baby bottle service: a club scene for kids only

Apr 6, 2015
Mixing children and nightclubs leads to a great party — and business venture.
Posted In: nightclub, parties, kids, Entertainment, children
The land of the 48 contiguous states is worth about $23 trillion.

Landing on a value for the United States

Apr 6, 2015
Mapping out how much the United States is worth.
Posted In: united states, US, real estate, property

Getting back from March Madness

Apr 6, 2015
So you're out of the tournament. How do you and your teammates get home?
Posted In: March Madness, NCAA, basketball, Sports

Forget the elevator. Try pitching on a ski lift

Apr 6, 2015
A New Mexico business group came up with a new twist on the investment pitch.
Posted In: entrepreneurs, business investment, New Mexico, the pitch
Billiard ball producers began heavily relying on ivory in the 19th century to give billiard balls certain properties, including uniform density and the ability to rebound.

How billiards created the modern world

Apr 3, 2015
Early promoters needed a substitute for ivory billiard balls. Result? Plastics.
Posted In: billiards, ivory, plastics