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  • Hire Ground Chat: Looking For A Job

    Hire Ground Chat: Looking For A Job
    Newsteam: Good morning, everybody. Our live chat this morning will be with Ross Primack, a career coach with the Connecticut Department of Labor. Send in your questions for Ross at any time, and we'll begin around 9 a.m. Ross Primack: Good morning...
  • POM Wonderful plays offense and defense in legal fights

    WASHINGTON The hard-charging California company behind POM Wonderful pomegranate juice is facing a two-front legal fight. On the East Coast, the juice maker crosses swords with the Federal Trade Commission. An appellate court's recent refusal to...
  • Competitors fill the A-Treat void

    Competitors fill the A-Treat void
    Six months after A-Treat ceased production in Allentown, competing soda manufacturers are zeroing in on the Lehigh Valley to fill the void. Despite that, customers and store owners say, the manufacturers might have a tough time replicating the century-...
  • Synergy students tour Coca-Cola factory and distribution center

    The East Hartford School/Business Partnership Program, The Coca-Cola Company and Synergy High School agree when it comes to the importance of exposing high school students to a wide variety of future jobs and careers available. Students were energized and...
  • Spirited debate

    Spirited debate
     On Saturday, June 6, 2015, I moderated a discussion between Ben Baldanza, the president and CEO of Spirit Airlines, and John Paul Rollert, adjunct assistant professor who teaches ethics at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. It took place...
  • FIFA sponsors appear unfazed by corruption indictments

    FIFA sponsors appear unfazed by corruption indictments
    The FIFA corruption controversy has forced the most powerful man in soccer to relinquish his post and left several of the sport's top officials indicted on bribery-related charges. But the scandal doesn't seem to be having much discernible effect on...
  • FIFA balance of power tips from Sepp Blatter to outraged sponsors

    Sepp Blatter's days are numbered. And that number may not be a big one. After 17 years atop sport's most lucrative, powerful and seemingly corrupt organization, FIFA's anachronistic president was dealt a major blow this week when the U.S. Department...
  • BMX trick bike-riding team coming to SteelStacks

    BMX trick bike-riding team coming to SteelStacks
    The Monster Energy BMX Team, which does tailwhips, backflips and other high-flying feats, will perform at ArtsQuest's SteelStacks campus in South Bethlehem on July 11, it was just announced. The team of five Professional BMX stuntmen and a master of...
  • Matt Kempner: Brand yourself, but don't be a dweeb

    Coke promises happiness. Home Depot pledges savings and doing. Delta Air Lines aims to "Keep climbing," which I guess means it's making flying less sucky. So what are you offering? Regular people are increasingly racing to personally brand ourselves...
  • Miami importer, distributor brings 'New Spain' wines to US

    You might say the midlife crisis of a Hispanic marketing and advertising executive brought a new category of wine to South Florida and a growing list of areas around the country. "I was getting close to 50, and I was an empty-nester, and my wife and I...
  • Inko's goes organic for its bottled teas

    Inko's goes organic for its bottled teas
    Natural is no longer good enough for Inko's, a brand of premium bottled iced tea. The brand, launched in 2002, switched to organic ingredients earlier this year to help it stand out in a crowded field of ready-to-drink bottled teas. With consumers...