The car industry often refers to "hot cars" because "hot cars" represent the most high-profile cars on the market, and the more attention they get, the better sales they get. Like stars, there is a lot of attention, and popularity is the key to a star's income. Also not popular...
How do you take care of the dog when you leave the park? There's a dog park - and a dog park. If you're lucky enough to live in a better neighborhood, you'll know. Drive 9km North-East of Melbourne's central business district and you'll find yourself in a spacious and wonderful...
In this world there are two kinds of people: those who go to costume, as well as those who takes root in the flea market, and dig a pile of old creepy dolls, rusty key, and USES the saddle shoes, hoping to find in the 1940 s of the...
Bohol, Philippines - nothing beats the sheer efficiency of explosive fishing. A fisherman on one of these islands in the central Philippines balanced on a narrow support ship and fired a bottle bomb into the sea with the help of a quarterback. It exploded violently and rocked the bottom of...
If you ask most people what Cuba is famous for, they might say two things: rum and cigars. But if you ask the Cuban left-wingers what Cuba is known for, they usually say something totally different: medical care and education. Despite government oppression and poverty, el lider maximo and his...
When General Motors went bankrupt in 2009 and had to accept federal aid, its critics and competitors mocked it as a "government car." “What does it mean? It is not a vibrant private sector entity that produces cars and innovates, but is the Obama administration’s bureaucracy. Managers, workers, and...
On Monday, June 4, the iconic designer Kate Spade committed suicide at the age of 55. Four days later, the cook, the storyteller and television host Anthony Bourdain committed suicide at the age of 61. It's hard to say clearly whether these two times are far apart, or even...
But in the short term, at least, many American companies may feel the pain. The deal stalled. The company says the price of key items it needs to make its products could go up. Multinationals worry about their ability to do business in China in the future - it's a...
Low milk prices forced the closure of Jacques Rainville, a vermont dairy farmer. Although vermont's dairy farmers are experiencing some of the most recent and difficult times, their Quebec counterparts are thriving. The reason is a complex system that regulates the supply of milk and sets the prices farmers receive. From...
Many of the people who worked at Renaissance fairs had no health insurance. So the staff developed a system to help. RACHEL MARTIN, host: Driving America's health care system can feel like a medieval torture device, especially in finance. Therefore, the people working at the Renaissance exhibition proposed a solution, which...