For Father’s Day this year, Brett Porter is hoping for a Ferrari. Not to own—though that would be nice—but to drive around for a day. Last year, his kids celebrated by renting him a silver 2009 Mercedes
One hundred years ago, a retail giant that shipped millions of products by mail moved swiftly into the brick-and-mortar business, changing it forever. Is that happening again? Amazon comes to conquer retail,
The other day I was reviewing an archive of my client’s SEO articles and their rankings. A whole lot of articles didn’t even make the top-30 positions because the competition had much higher DA ranks.
Fitbit. Last Friday, Robert Murray, a 24-year-old mechanical engineer from Chesapeake, Virginia, was arrested and charged with manipulating the stock of Fitbit Inc. Murray is not my first reader to be
The Hobbit was somehow filmed as a trilogy (aka The Hobbit: The Bloating Of The Five Pages). In retrospect, stretching the tiny book (and some supplementary pages) that thin may have been helped along
Sales in the PC industry are declining at around 11% per quarter, according to IDC, causing drops in profits for PC makers. Microsoft is somewhat insulated from this decline thanks to big enterprise sales,
Google announced today it’s rolling out an update to its Google Maps mobile app that will (finally!) allow users to add a stop along their current route. For example, you’ll be able to search for things
The company's sales have been falling since 2005, but its problems may stretch as far back as the late 1970s, when Sears executives characterized the retailer as a reflection of Middle America's "concerns,"
KFC, one of the world's largest fast-food chains, recently ran a trial in which it trained employees using a software program on Google Glass that could potentially help its parent company, Yum Brands,