THE NEW FORTY This isn't your Grandma's Kmart!
Kmart has been around as long as I can remember. My memories of it go farther back than other big discount department stores like Walmart and Target. But over the years it seems like Kmart has struggl... Posted on 11/19/13 at 8:27 PM
SUNDOG: MARKETING + TECHNOLOGY Enterprise Mobility Survey
Appcelerator recently ran a survey to gauge the current state of enterprise in the mobile arena. The results are very interesting and displayed in info-graphic below:
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UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA NEWS From the hill to the valley, UND grad creates her own path
Communication skills are critical for new students entering the job market. Some work hard and take classes to hone interpersonal dexterity. The lucky ones are natural communicators.
"Growing up, I... Posted on 6/21/13 at 8:00 AM
STAFF BLOG COMPASS POINTS WITH BRAD DOKKEN Lake of the Woods produces big walleyes at recent AIM tourney
Most anglers whove had the good fortune to fish Lake of the Woods the past few years would probably say these are the good old days for trophy-size walleyes on the big lake, but last weeks AIM Pro Wal... Posted on 8/22/12 at 11:18 AM
The treasure hunt is on: Seeking money for Vikings stadium construction costs after the original plan produced less money than expected. The Minnesota House Taxes Committee discussed a bill, but took no votes Wednesday, that would slap a 10 percent tax on professional sports memorabilia sold in the state.
Is Target's grocery aisle ready for its close up? Target is pushing its food, laundry detergent and other groceries in a national ad campaign that pokes fun at high-fashion advertising by featuring models interacting with everyday products.
Apple is on the verge of doing what few others have: change the English language. When you have a boo-boo, you reach for a Band-Aid not a bandage. When you need to blow your nose, you ask for Kleenex not tissue. If you decide to look up something online, you Google instead of search for it. And if you want to buy a tablet computer, there’s a good chance there’s only one name you’ll remember.
For a quarter-century, Dr. Terry Vines built his Redlands, Calif., dental practice the old-fashioned way: one mouth at a time.
Vines sponsored youth soccer teams. He renovated historic buildings around town to build good will. He turned his waiting room into a cozy nook with soft chairs and a big-screen TV.
VIDEOS: Scroll to bottom of article to view Steve Jobs, who co-founded and ran Apple and also financed Pixar's growth, moved technology from garages to pockets, took entertainment from discs to bytes and turned gadgets into extensions of the people who use them.
Arch West, the retired Frito-Lay executive credited with creating Doritos, died Tuesday of natural causes at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas. "We are tossing Doritos chips in before they put the dirt over the urn," said his daughter, Jana Hacker of Allen, Texas. "He'll love it."
Grand Forks agency fills businesses’ marketing needs as communication landscape changes Mick Simmons and Harold Flint started out as competitors. Each opened an advertising agency in the 1940s, Simmons in Grand Forks and Flint in Fargo. After decades of individual success, the two agencies joined forces in 1998, creating SimmonsFlint.
The trademark company that manages much of the licensing of UND’s Fighting Sioux logo and nickname has advised manufacturers and retail vendors of jerseys, coffee mugs and all things Sioux that no new designs bearing the logo or nickname will be approved after Sept. 30.
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