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The big business of fruit arrangements

May 8, 2015
The CEO of Edible Arrangements talks about how his business started.
Posted In: fruit, flowers, ceo, gifts, edible arrangements, technology

Are music festivals a bubble waiting to burst?

May 7, 2015
They've grown from just a handful across the country to hundreds.
Posted In: music industry, concerts
McDonald's plans to test out the leafy ingredient in one of its new menu items.

Kale: the cause and solution to all of McDonald's problems

May 7, 2015
McDonald's plans to implement kale in its menu.
Posted In: McDonald's, breakfast, kale

Pulling back the curtain on the manicure industry

May 7, 2015
There's no such thing as "discount luxury," someone pays the price
Posted In: New York Times, investigation, nail salon, low-wage workers
Whole Foods is looking to appeal to millennials with a new line of stores.

Whole Foods tries to shed its 'Whole Paycheck' image

May 7, 2015
The company says it’ll start a new chain aimed at those darn millennials.
Posted In: Whole Foods, millennials, consumers, organic food

How Western Union and MoneyGram dominate remittances

May 7, 2015
It takes a lot of manpower to send money across borders.
Posted In: remittances, Western Union, MoneyGram

When should you rob a bank?

May 6, 2015
The guys behind "Freakonomics" answer that question and more in their new book.
Posted In: freakonomics, book, bank robbery, blog

The 'Deflategate' verdict is in

May 6, 2015
So the Pats all-but-surely did it, now what's the punishment?
Posted In: football, New England Patriots, deflategate

Drafting a CEO dream team

May 6, 2015
Instead of drafting actual players, comedian Greg Proops put together an ideal business team for us.
Posted In: ceo, baseball, fantasy sports

Disney vs movie theaters in the next box office fight

May 6, 2015
Exploring the relationship between studios and theater owners.
Posted In: Marvel, disney, movie theaters, The Avengers

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