Millennials, the group of Americans that follow Generation X and are born in typically the 1980s and 90s love Thanksgiving, but the way they celebrate it is a little different than how it was traditionally celebrated by their parents and grandparents.
The first Capital One Growth Ventures Startup Barometer survey has been released, saying seven in ten (70.8 percent) startup owners in the tech industry believe practical advice and mentorship would be the most valuable resource to help take their companies to the next level.
Every year, Veterans Day (Wednesday, November 11) gives Great Clips an opportunity to thank the men and women who have served and are currently serving our country in the military. This year, Great Clips salons in the U.S. will have its third annual “Thank a Veteran Free Haircut Card” promotion to give our customers a way to show appreciation for the veterans in their lives.
A third of Americans claim manufacturers should be blamed for fights caused if a Holiday gift shortage was to occur. FusionOps, the supply chain insights company, has released a new survey gauging Americans’ reactions should retailers run out of hot holiday gifts and the potential havoc such shortages could wreak on the holiday.
It’s the Mets vs. Royals in the 111th edition of the World Series. While the action on the field will determine the winner, it’s sometimes fun to take a look at the “behind the scenes” numbers to get a better idea of the who, what when and how.
Your pet may look adorable in his new superhero costume, but that cape won’t necessarily keep him out of harm’s way. Dressing up your pet for Halloween can be harmful. Costumes should not constrict the animal’s movement, hearing or sight, or impede their ability to breathe, bark or meow. Also, it may be helpful to try on costumes before the big night. If your pet seems distressed or shows abnormal behavior, don’t bother.