You won’t hear this often, but let’s talk about office buildings. They’re pretty awful. Most office buildings waste energy and productivity, use rooms and desks inefficiently and the air quality and the sedentary office lifestyle are often detrimental to employee health. But it doesn’t have to be like that. The office building of the future already … [Read more...] about Your future office will be riddled with sensors and that’s okay
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By Geoffrey Mohan Los Angeles Times Wed., May 30, 2018 The first food poisoning cases came to light in late March — eight patrons of fast-food restaurants in New Jersey suffered bloody diarrhea and cramps that sent them rushing to hospitals. More than two months later, one person is dead in California, 75 others have been hospitalized and federal … [Read more...] about Could blockchain be key to romaine lettuce E. coli outbreak mystery?
LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 14, 2018-- projects the to post a CAGR of close to 6% during the forecast period. The rising global personal care spending is a key driver, which is expected to impact the growth of the market. As of 2016, the average per capita spending on personal care products in the US was around USD 66 dollar per person and is expected to grow around 1.5% … [Read more...] about Sustainable Solutions to Boost the Personal Care Packaging Market 2018-2022
caption Aileen Adalid in Odda, Norway. source Aileen Adalid Aileen Adalid entered the corporate world at age 19 after graduating from De La Salle University in Manila, Philippines, with a degree in business management. But the trilingual Philippines native quickly grew envious of the flexible lifestyles of “digital nomads” she met while freelancing on the … [Read more...] about How one 24-year-old runs a $70,000-a-month business while traveling the world
The last time Kandice Rogers had her hair chemically straightened, or relaxed, she was left scarred — literally. “I got a really bad chemical burn on my scalp and … I was just like, ‘never again,’” said Rogers, 30. That was 4½ years ago. That was also when she stopped her biweekly visits to an East Northport salon, opting instead to … [Read more...] about LI salons changing focus to adapt to growing natural hair movement