How America Fell in Love with Bacon Again

Bacon is booming in America at the tune of $4 Billion year in sales. Even the butchers I go to now are offering better prices at the counter for it than the package sitting on the freezer shelf.
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Ohio State vs Michigan: Economics of Tradition

As an Ohio State fan it pained me to even type out the “M” word for this blog post. Fans of this series call it “The Game”. Continue reading →

Caterpillar To Cut 10,000 Jobs

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(AP) — Caterpillar is planning another round of job cuts that could exceed 10,000 people through 2018, as the construction and mining equipment maker adjusts to downturns in key markets.
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How the Woodstock Festival Bands Were Business Morons

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The Woodstock Music Festival was one of the greatest music events put together and is still celebrated continously by music lovers to this day.

It was also a turning point for musicians to start thinking financially
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