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For most of my childhood, a bowl of cereal at breakfast was the perfect start to my day. I remember enjoying it as a snack after school on more than one occassion, too, but it appears that today's youth don't enjoy the same meal, as sales sag with ... Read More
The fight over whether workers for delivery companies like Instacart, Caviar and DoorDash should be considered independent contractors or traditional employees has been going on for quite some time. Some companies claim they are not technically em ... Read More
Quick-service restaurants used to be the go-to place for American meals. They provided a fast meal, at a low price, in a time when people were just getting used to the idea of serving a meal to their family that they didn't prepare themselves. How ... Read More
The rise of the emoji is an interesting phenomenon in our tech-savy world. Our earliest ancestors utilized pictographs and ideograms to represent physical items and ideas. However, as the alphabet system evolved and spread through the cultures of ... Read More
At about this time last year, Olive Garden unveiled its newest tactic to bring customers back and create a buzz around the company: The Never Ending Pasta Pass. The chain offered 1,000 passes for $100 that would allow diners to order as much pasta ... Read More
After facing tough times with its enormous data breach and subsequent class action lawsuits, Target has been working hard to get customers back. It seems every few months there's a new development in the company's turnaround plan, whether it be it ... Read More
The American Dream is the national ethos and founding pillar upon our economic system. The ideals contained within the Dream spell out a path to prosperity, success and upward social mobility through hard work and determination. But the American D ... Read More
Breakfast is shifting from being the most important meal of the day to the most popular. Breakfast foods are increasingly being eaten more than just in the morning hours, and restaurants and analysts have begun to take notice.
Breakfast gr ... Read More
Coopetition: an amalgamation of cooperation and competition. Two companies that collaborate, despite their rivalries, to achieve a common goal or attain mutual benefits are taking part in coopetition.
Burger King made an attempt at the con ... Read More