Business

December, 2015

  • 3 December

    The True Cost Of Destroying The Death Star

    The True Cost Of Destroying The Death Star

    Everyone, from President Obama down to a lowly moisture farmer on Tatooine can agree that planet-destroying weapons are bad news. Barring a few Imperial hold-outs, it’s clear that not only is the Death Star massively expensive, the best case for using a Death Star is war crimes on a galactic scale. So it should …

November, 2015

  • 17 November

    Diesel Military-Inspired Collection

    Diesel is definitely one of my favorite stores to shop at for clothes, and yes, trust me I do that a lot! The store includes in it clothing that is suitable to anyone. I love their clothing, it, to me, is really genuinely a great place to shop!   I …

  • 10 November

    Star Wars Land and Cosmetic Changes to Hit Disney Parks

    I have to admit that I have been enjoying Disneyland in its two parks in California during its 60th anniversary Diamond celebration. I have been going during the holiday season, when the park is themed for Halloween and then for Christmas time. Of course renovations are taking place, as yesterday …

  • 10 November

    Waikiki Beach reopens after its recent closure

      Waikiki beach in Honolulu, HI, was closed earlier due to the observation that there was brown-colored sewage washing up on the shores of the beaches. This incident, which, conceivably, was caused by heavy rains and a tropical storm, Kilo, was also due to sewage flowing from the streets and …

October, 2015

  • 22 October

    H&M and Balmain Collaboration Collection to Release on Nov. 5

    The Balmain and H&M collaboration collection will release on November 5, 2015 and it features the two designers in collaboration. The collection hit runways this week. From my experience, I know I am not able to flaunt Balmain style as a University student, because of the prices. In fact, I …

  • 15 October

    A Response in Corp. Responsibility–True-Driver-Monitoring

    True-driver-monitoring is a response to safety and economic demands. Ideally, logistics has to keep track of what is on the road, along with who is in the warehouse. Today’s drivers are equipped to monitor and behave within their environment; frankly, while providing enough input that fills desk draws and files cabinets …

  • 15 October

    Matrix: IT Web Design Proposal

    As an executive proposal, manufacturers and retailers must reduce inventory waste and find more paying customers. First, investors and executives have to figure out what type of IT investment has to be made. Ideally, information technology is controlled by the motive for its purpose. What is the reason for the …

  • 12 October

    Charles Koch: ‘I’m Fighting Against Special Interests’

    Charles Koch: 'I'm Fighting Against Special Interests'

    Charles Koch — one-half of the notorious multibillionaire Koch brothers — says he gets daily death threats and is now on al-Qaida’s hit list. “I get a lot of death threats,” Koch, 79, said in a rare television interview that aired on “CBS Sunday.” “I decided long ago, I’d rather live for something than …

  • 7 October

    Norwegian Air CEO Says $69 Flights From U.S. to Europe as Early as 2017

    Norwegian Air CEO Says $69 Flights From U.S. to Europe as Early as 2017

    Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA hopes to sell one-way tickets to Europe for $69 as early as 2017 by flying from U.S. airports that have low fees, Chief Executive Officer Bjørn Kjos said in an interview Tuesday. Europe’s third-largest budget airline is considering flights to Edinburgh and Bergen, Norway from U.S. …

  • 7 October

    Airbus Reveals Idea to Stack fliers on Top of Each Other in New Patent

    Airbus Reveals Idea to Stack fliers on Top of Each Other in New Patent

    Airlines have done just about everything they can to cram in more seats, and as a result we’re now at the point airplane seating has gotten so crowded that a consumer group has asked for a new Passenger Bill of Rights to set minimum airplane seat size. But more seats equal …