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Sunday, February 7, 2016


Stupor Sunday: Concussion News Starts To Compete With The Game

2 hours 38 minutes ago
Newly minted Hall of Famer Kenny Stabler may also leave a legacy of raised concussion awareness. by Ron Katz

What Do You Call An Obama Budget That's Dead Long Before Arrival?

2 hours 51 minutes ago
All you need to know about the prospects for the Obama fiscal 2017 budget that will be released this week is the following: it’s the last budget from a lame duck Democratic White House being sent to a Republican-controlled Congress that’s openly hostile to this president. And it includes what some are calling a tax increase. by Stan Collender

Feds Bust 41 For $39M In Fake Super Bowl 50 Tickets, Fan Fare

4 hours 9 minutes ago
Operation Team Player is the NFL's (and Feds') Super Bowl 50 crackdown on fake team and game gear and tickets. Fans beware, you could be losers too. by Lisa Brownlee

Does The Stock Market Have You Singing The Blues?

4 hours 11 minutes ago
Unlike the investors' relaxed confidence the first half of last year, nervous uncertainty rules the stock market. But prices are down, even for good growth stocks. Here's how to take advantage. by John S. Tobey

The Best Of The 2016 Celebrity Super Bowl Ads

5 hours 6 minutes ago
A list of 40 ads around Super Bowl 50 that feature celebrities, plus clips of the best. by Maury Brown

On Being A Foreign, Female Entrepreneur In India: Monsoon and Beyond

Doing business in India is very different to doing business anywhere in the world ? from language barriers to the country?s infamous reams of bureaucracy; it?s a tough place for most entrepreneurs. Throw in the foreign and female cards, and you?ve got a whole new experience. Designer Vera Fritsch of Monsoon and Beyond spoke about why she decided to start her business in India, some of the challenges she?s faced and what the government could do better. by Ambika Behal

Week Ahead In Earnings: Insiders bought At Retail Me Not & Sold At

In honor of what’s coming for the week of Feb. 8, I took a look at what InsiderScore said about recent notable insider transactions ahead of earnings. by Grace L. Williams

How RFID Chips Are Changing The NFL

?The chip technology that?s making your credit card more secure are also bringing big changes to football. by Aaron Tilley

Cryptic Safe Harbor Pact 'Privacy Shield': Public, Possibly Soon

A cryptic EU-US data transfers framework agreement called Privacy Shield was announced last week with fanfare and obfuscation. This supposed Safe Harbor replacement may soon become public. by Lisa Brownlee

Beyonce Releases Surprise Song 'Formation' Ahead Of Super Bowl Performance

Just a day before she takes to the biggest stage on the planet, Beyoncé has surprised the world by dropping a new song and video, “Formation”. by Hugh McIntyre

Beyonce Knowles

by Hugh McIntyre

Is This The Recipe For Starbucks' Continued Success In China?

With the announcement that they are going to more than double their China operations over the next five years, how exactly did Starbucks obtain and maintain such a strong foothold in the typically slippery Chinese market? by Wade Shepard

6 Critical Steps To A Winning Company Culture

Creating the right company culture must be a top priority of every entrepreneur and business leader. Simply speaking, culture-driven businesses put their people first, and people make the business, rather than the other way around. Today’s business mantra must be “Take care of your people and they will take care of your customers.” Unfortunately, it’s easier said than done. by Martin Zwilling

Alessandro Sartori Joins Ermenegildo Zegna Group, Following Departure Stefano Pilati

Out with Stefano Pilati, and in (again) with Alessandro Sartori. Shortly after confirming rumors regarding former Ermenegildo Zegna Head of Design – Stefano Pilati – stepping down from his post, the Ermenegildo Zegna Group announces Pilati's successor in a press statement. Alessandro Sartori, who was Creative Director of Ermenegildo Zegna Group's Z Zegna brand, from 2003 till 2011, will take over the creative reins at the Italy-based textile company, as of June 2016. by Declan Eytan

How This Camera Could Make Instant Replay Truly Instant In Super Bowl 50

What if instant replay was truly instant at Super Bowl 50? This technology company has a camera and sensor inspired by how the human eye and brain work in tandem to process images that could give new meaning to the term instant replay for the NFL. by Jennifer Hicks

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