A Maryland man tried to sell his Popeyes chicken sandwich for $100 through Facebook. He even offered to deliver it in the DC area for an extra $38.52. Because of the frenzy over the sandwich, he might have made the…
Food Fights Over Cauliflower, Meat, and Milk
The farmers who produce rice, milk, and meat have sought to ban the food labels used by cauliflower rice, almond milk, and plant-based meat makers.
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.
The Pizza War That Pepperoni Started
The chef that left New York’s Prince Street Pizza to start his own restaurant could find himself fighting a pizza war because of his pepperoni recipe.
Deciding If Walmart Can Do Eye Exams in Oklahoma
In Oklahoma, voters will soon decide if eye care regulation should let retailers like Walmart and Costco give you eye exams and sell you eye glasses.
Throwback Thursday: Remembering Logos at Chase and American Airlines
#TBT: Today’s Throwback Thursday looks back at Chase Bank and ahead to American Airlines to see how corporate logos have changed.
Looking at the Southwest Effect
Sometimes invisible, the Southwest Effect has influenced air fares and air traffic since the 1970s when Southwest was a small Texas carrier.
What Star Wars Can Teach Us About Success
Even as it celebrates its 40th birthday after a quiet 1977 debut, we cannot be sure of the reasons for Star Wars’s success.
How Supermarket Shelves Influence Us
Depending on its location, a supermarket’s grocery shelf space can have a high or low value that will determine its product placement.
Weekly Roundup: From Desirable Currency to Rejected Coins
Our everyday economics includes gender gap, human capital, competition, regulation, opportunity cost, money supply, currency and conspicuous consumption.