Archive for the Corporations Category


Major U.S. Retailers Are Closing More Than 6,000 Stores

If the U.S. economy really is improving, then why are big U.S. retailers permanently shutting down thousands of stores?  The “retail apocalypse” that I have written about so frequently appears to be accelerating.  As you will see below, major U.S. retailers have announced that they are closing more than 6,000 locations, but economic conditions in […]

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Consumer Electronics Show CES 2015 in Las Vegas: New Technology

1.2.2015 Leo Kelion “In the old days it was very much about what were called brown goods – everything around the TV set and related technologies. But now, it’s quite extraordinary how many sectors converge.” New TVs LG suggests its quantum dot televisions will offer better colour accuracy Living room screens are one of CES’s […]

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15 Great Gifts For The Apple Addicts In Your Life

12.13.2014 SAM COLT The holidays are just around the corner, and you want to get something amazing for the Apple fan in your life. Don’t get them an iPhone or an iPad. They already have those. We’ve put together some gift ideas that will endear you to any Apple lover — at least until the […]

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Everything Apple Will Unveil Next Year in 2015

12.13.2014 SAM COLT This was a pretty big year for Apple product announcements, with a new big iPhone and the announcement of the Apple Watch. But the company never slows down.   The Apple Watch is expected to come out this spring. We’ve seen photos, but we still don’t know what it will be like […]

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This is How Much Money Corporations Make From War

12.9.2014 Anonymous Do you know what causes war? Is it due to money? or the inability to communicate and accept other people’s viewpoints? Why don’t people attempt to understand each other instead of killing each other. Profits of War for Major Corporations In light of the Military Industrial Complex, it is worth noting the 25 largest […]

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The eCommerce Business: How Many People Do You Know Shop Online?

12.7.2014 Mary Weinstein Most consumers shop online, and the majority of those shopper prefer shopping online for reasons like saving time and avoiding crowds. The ecommerce junkies over at Invesp put together the infographic below which looks at the sales volume associated with online shopping. Notable Online Shopping Statistics Ecommerce sales in the US are […]

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The World’s Largest Starbucks Is The Willy Wonka Factory Of Coffee

12.5.2014 Suzanne LaBarre A 15,000-square-foot factory that could only be the work of Starbucks. Hulking industrial equipment stands alongside custom walnut furniture that’s finished so delicately I’m afraid to place my coffee cup on it without a coaster. Sunlight pours through a three-story-tall copper silo, as beans whir in pipes overhead, trickling like the sound of […]

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Ben Carson: First to Officially Run for President in 2016 Elections

11.06.2014 Joshua Riddle From ABC News: Yes, the 2016 race for the White House has already gotten started — and it looks like Dr. Ben Carson is first in the ring. Carson, a famous pediatric neurosurgeon and conservative political star, will air a nearly 40 minute-long ad introducing himself to the American people this weekend, an aide […]

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When Keepin It Real Goes Wrong: NYPD Version

10.29.2014 Yesha Callahan Let’s take a second to reminisce about some of the issues the NYPD has faced over the last year. First, there’s the city’s stop-and-frisk practices. New York City’s finest had a tough year when it came to defending their actions of profiling and calling it “keeping the city crime-free.” When KEEPIN IT REAL […]

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Appeal to the 5 Senses: Improve Office Productivity & Happiness (INFOGRAPHIC)

10.26.2014 Nina Zipkin   Do you work at home? If yes, don’t you love it? If no, why haven’t you started one? Watch the video then click the Dubli button below.

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