Reading the chapter called “Tulipomania” from Charles Mackay’s “Extraordinary Popular Delusions & The Madness Of Crowds” can give us a greater insight into what we think is money, the machinations around it – and the growing bitcoin bubble.
from chicagotribune.com: The world’s largest convenience store chain is banking on those sentiments as it ups its fresh food offerings, including a push toward more healthy snacks. With more consumers willing to pop in to
from nbcnews.com: A non-Frankenfood Cheerios may not make much of a difference to consumers’ health, but it could deliver some benefits to General Mills’ bottom line. Opponents of genetically modified foods cheered the cereal maker’s
from bostonglobe.com: A steadily growing foodie culture, paired with perpetual access to social media, has given new life to amateur food photography. Everyone is snapping and sharing photos of meals they’re eating or about to
from usatoday.com: Americans’ shift toward fresh foods is kicking Campbell Soup right in the can. The company on Tuesday said its quarterly profit fell 30% as U.S. sales of soups and V8 beverage declined. A
from forbes.com: Strap yourself in, it’s going to be a wild ride. In considering the changes we’ve seen in technology over the past year, I’m bracing myself for unprecedented growth when it comes to anytime,
from houstonpress.com: Many companies and corporations have posted their predictions for the food trends of 2013. Of course, many of these lists include goofy trends like cake-pop push-pops (which sounds fun), but the common theme