“The more we started thinking about it, we realized, no one gets fun mail anymore,” DeLuca said. “We wanted to make that process fun again.” But Foot Cardigan is more than a kooky product – it’s a multi-million-dollar business. DeLuca and his
Some celebrity names are super easy to pronounce (looking at you Ben Stiller). On the other hand, some celebrity names are so complicated, we get tongue-tied just trying to describe their latest role in a movie. But today, we're setting the record straight.
Learning another country’s business customs can take years of trial and error. Starting in September, 24-year-old Sierra Prochna will study the mores of corporate culture in Asia and Europe for the next year as a part of a new master’s program.
Priyanka Chopra and Deepika Padukone's XXX co-star Nina Dobrev to come as one of the celebrity judges on Project Runway!
After so many accolades in her kitty, looks like now PeeCee has donned the judging hat! Mornings are always a bit of surprise for us as most of the news with respect to Priyanka Chopra only surface in the wee morning hours. No one can help it for she runs
Robert M. Franklin, Jr., James T. and Berta R. Laney Professor in Moral Leadership at Candler, organized the series, “Faith and Politics in the 21st Century,” to enrich a class on Christianity and politics he is teaching this semester. As the country
Blacks lag far behind whites and other minorities in business ownership, though there are signs the gap has started to narrow since the recession, new government data show. Black-owned firms accounted for just 2.1% of the nation’s companies with at least
Apple cider vinegar is a traditional folk remedy that has been around for many centuries. But is it beneficial for our health, asks Michael Mosley. Apple cider vinegar is made by mixing chopped-up apples with water and sugar, then allowing the mixture to
AsiaToday AsiaToday is a comprehensive global media group that provides a variety of latest news from Korea and other East Asian countries. By Hong Soon-do, Beijing correspondent, AsiaToday - Chinese actor Wang Baoqiang, who jumped to stardom after