Statewide survey finds strong opposition to family planning cuts and employer limits on birth control access
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For many, Valentine’s Day is a special day. For others, it’s a day to ignore or even revile. For florists, it’s a huge business day. With that in mind, Masa and I decided to capture the tweets in and around NYC yesterday to see what kinds of market insights we could gain from a top-level sifting.
NFL players have brands. Many players will—or at least should—spend top dollar to groom their image and communications carefully. As the 2012 season wrapped up, one of the most talked about “brands” was that of retiring Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis. A cursory examination of the Ray Lewis brand shows that it is an admired brand that has largely recovered from the negative impact due to his role in a January 2000 fight that led to the deaths of two people in Atlanta.
Voters support EPA setting stricter air pollution standards to protect public health
An overwhelming majority of voters supports the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) setting stricter standards on gasoline and tighter emissions standards for cars, SUVs and trucks according to the American Lung Association’s latest survey.
Holiday travel is always crazy. Most of us have a horror story about delays, cancellations, lost bags, rude agents, or worse. My colleague Masa—a Japanese national—has had his own joy dealing with travel, including circumstances that led to him working from Vancouver for a year. He probably finds that less amusing than I do.