Wednesday, February 26, 2014
By Brian Wise
The Little Orchestra Society is looking to rename itself and is asking audiences for their input. "We’re looking at everything afresh," said the group's new music director.
Friday, August 31, 2012
It’s simple, but true. We vote for people we like. Presidential candidate Mitt Romney has run on the platform that he’s a businessman, who will run the country like a boss runs a company. But do people like the idea of a boss as president?
Tuesday, July 31, 2012
The International Olympics Committee’s "Rule 40" prevents athletes from promoting brands other than the official Olympic sponsors during the days before and during the Games. But some athletes say the new guidelines could hurt their ability to fund their Olympic careers and training.
Wednesday, April 18, 2012
Jed Alpert, founder and CEO of Mobile Commons, talks about his new book: The Mobile Marketing Revolution : How Your Brand Can Have a One-To-One Conversation with Everyone.
→ Texting Project: Text LIVE to 30644 – that’s LIVE to 30644 to answer a few questions about marriage, living together, and life in your 20s. That’s the subject of our conversation at 11:40. Standard message rates apply, of course.
Thursday, September 16, 2010
By Ilya Marritz
New York’s Fall Fashion Week is winding down, but this year it included 97 runway shows and attracted an estimated 100,000 visitors to its new Lincoln Center home. Some say the event has become glitzier than ever, and drifted further from its roots as a trade show. But if you ignore the flashbulbs, you can still observe business getting done.