For its chicken, tuna, bread, and footlong, Subway has been in court defending the sandwich names that some say are misleading.
Comparing 14 different countries, we would find the willingness to make civil liberties trade-offs for better health conditions varies.
When companies replace single use cups with mugs and glasses, the employee response has been somewhat like our use of gym memberships.
Seemingly different, for the same reasons, we’ve had partial nuclear plant meltdowns, financial meltdowns, and a meltdown in Iowa during their caucus.
After the Supreme Court said any state could charge internet taxes, the decision rippled across small, large, local, and remote businesses.
Assume your government has $1 to spend on a social safety net. You need to decide who gets what. One way is ROI–the Return On your Investment. Of course we can ask about return through non-dollar criteria. But what if…
Because album bundles increase our demand for a star’s recordings, they help to propel a song or album to the #1 Billboard spot.
The Supreme Court decision on South Dakota’s internet taxes will affect local and online businesses, consumers, and state budgets.