6 Updated Facts: What Happened to Manufacturing?

A manufacturing update reveals the impact from tariffs and other reasons that our economy is experiencing major changes.

Why the Business Suit Is About More Than Clothing

About much more than clothing, the disappearance of the business suit relates to a massive retail restructuring.

Ice Cream Economics

Whether it’s Ooey Gooey Butter Cake or Salted Crack Caramel, your flavor is a part of the ice cream economics of an ultra-premium creamery.

Throwback Thursday: Remembering Standard Oil When We Look Forward to Amazon

#TBT: Today’s Throwback Thursday looks back to why Standard Oil was divided into 34 companies by the Supreme Court in 1911 and then forward to Amazon.

Six Facts That Tell You What Is Happening to U.S. Manufacturing

While it depends where you look and the industries you select, you can see that U.S. manufacturing is now experiencing a modest rebound.

Why Songs Are Shorter

As music industry technology has shifted to streaming, so too have the incentives that are multiplying shorter song tracks.

The Real Problem With Facebook’s Business Model

To understand the problem with Facebook’s ad revenue business model, we can just look at the role played by price as an incentive.

Why It’s Not Easy to Design a New Animals Crackers Box

When Nabisco realized that it was time to change their Animals Crackers box, they had to recognize new sentiment while retaining an old brand.

Why Aretha Franklin Should Have Earned More From “Respect”

Looking at who did not pay Aretha Franklin for “Respect,” we can see why music copyright law is being rewritten by the Congress.

Why We Have Fewer Female CEOs

With Indra Nooyi leaving PepsiCo, we have even fewer female CEOs of major corporations who can change expectations about male leadership.