"He's got a bad attitude." "She's not a team player." "He's not a very pleasant person to work with." Does this sound familiar? It probably does. Every manager has had an employee who just wasn't part of the team. You advise the employee that he/she has a bad attitude or...
Talk with telecom executives and investors and you're likely to hear a resigned acceptance that the wireless industry is marching toward commoditization. The wireless market is nearly saturated, most "new" subscribers are just switching from one carrier to another, and price...
Snacks have become big business around the world. More consumers nosh between meals and often eat a snack instead of having breakfast or lunch and sometimes dinner.
A study by the Food Packaging Forum reveals that 175 chemicals with known hazardous properties are legally used in the production of food packaging.
The idea that richer Americans eat healthier than poorer Americans isn't surprising, but the finding that the rich and the poor are diverging is distressing. And the divergence fits a broader pattern that has alarmed the public in...
Food packers and processors must renew their FDA registrations between Oct. 1 and Dec. 31 under new FSMA rules. Because this requirement is still fairly new, many companies are unfamiliar with the consequences of failing to renew.
Grocery shopping used to be fairly simple: check the pantry, make a list and head to the store. But times are clearly changing and millennials are pushing the supermarket industry in new directions. A recent report from the Food Marketing Institute, a nonprofit representing...
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