Change in the workplace, as in life, is inevitable. How we handle it can often create waves throughout the workplace. Barbara Dyer, CEO of the Hitachi Foundation, writes in Fortune about how to manage change in a way that is productive for you and those around you.
One hundred dollars doesn’t go as far as it used to, nor does it necessary go the same distance state-to-state. With data from the Bureau of Economic Analysis, the Tax Foundation has produced a map, adjusting the value of $100 to show how much it buys in each state in the country.
Americans are drinking less coffee—a lot less. The question is, have we kicked our caffeine addiction, or is something else afoot? According to The Washington Post, the culprit is the advent of coffee pods, which make people drink — and waste — less coffee.
While this is bad news for the coffee industry, it probably doesn’t indicate a huge change in how many Americans appreciate (and need) their morning cup of joe.
Doll hair salons, doll cafés, dolls for your dolls. These are all part of the multimillion dollar world ruled by the American Girl Doll, the object of many young girls’ obsession.
But how did we get here? And how did these dolls (costing a cool $115 dollars) become so unbelievably popular? Brush up on your American Girl Doll history with this article from Racked.