Monday, March 20, 2017

Sea Pollution Blamed on Yoga Pants?

Sea Pollution Blamed on Yoga Pants?

A lot of people have strong opinions about yoga pants. Millions love them, and millions more love to hate them. But, typically, these opinions are based on how “comfortable” or “appropriate” active wear is thought to be in public. But, now, yoga pants and other stretchy fabrics are being castigated for an entirely different issue: water pollution. Yes, yoga pants are being blamed for fouling up the ocean.

Thursday, March 16, 2017

How Young CEOs Address Sustainability


Sustainability is more than a buzzword, it’s one solid metric for long-term business success. As a younger CEO, sustainability is one of the best ways to establish your reputation and instill confidence in your team. Unfortunately, too many young leaders focus on starting strong and finishing well. They don’t focus nearly enough on keeping everything moving in the right direction. Sure, sustainability isn’t as “exciting,” but it’s where the rubber meets the road.

Tuesday, March 07, 2017

Jon Stewart Says Media Needs to Wake Up and Stop Whining

Jon Stewart Says Media Needs to Wake Up and Stop Whining

During his celebrated stint hosting Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show,” comedian turned social commentator, Jon Stewart loved skewering media pundits almost as much as he loved taking it to double-dealing and equivocating politicians.

Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Hormel Foods Facing Challenges in 2017

Hormel Foods facing challenges in 2017
Looking at the balance sheet for Q1 of 2017, Hormel Foods was dead even with the same period in 2016. While it’s not a loss, breaking even in the food products business is not good news. But the worse news is in the details.

Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Renault Latest Automaker Fighting Emissions Scandal

Renault latest automaker fighting emissions scandal

For the past two years, automotive industry headlines have been dominated by the Volkswagen emissions cheating scandal. Turns out, they were not the only kid trying to get a peek at the test answers.

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Protesters Leverage NFL to Fight Pipeline

Protesters leverage NFL to fight pipeline


Nearly every televised home game this season, the color commentators for Minnesota Vikings games have commented on the palatial new stadium the Vikings enjoyed this year. The stadium is a true conversation piece, but that’s not what had people talking at a recent game.

Protestors trying to drum up support for action against the Dakota Access oil pipeline ascended a truss connected to the roof of US Bank Stadium during the week 17 match against the Chicago Bears.

Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Apple Cashing in on Most Popular Game

Apple cashing in on most popular game

This was supposed to be the season of Nintendo. With the release of the NES Classic edition along with new games and updates to the Wii gaming system, Nintendo was supposed to be the big video game splash at the end of 2016. But poor planning, low inventory, and online price gougers have Nintendo fans aggravated.