Category Archives: Cardinal Consulting

NFL Tri-Cast All A Twitter

On Tuesday, April 5th the NFL announced a new partnership with Twitter. The partnership will allow the NFL to stream all 10 Thursday Night Football games via the micro blogging site. The NFL turned down an offer from Facebook, the … Continue reading

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Slings and Arrows of Rebranding

In mid April, Colorado officials and state tribal leaders jumped on the Native American PC bandwagon and came to the agreement that Native American mascots should be removed from public schools unless the tribe and school can come to an agreement. … Continue reading

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Job Strategy: Employer that Pays for College

Debt. One of the biggest reasons people don’t attend college. The cost of earning a bachelor’s degree without a scholarship can cost around $25,000 for a year at a public four-year college, according to Campus Explorer. This amount is the … Continue reading

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Copper Topping Tests Mac’s Mettle

It’s not pink slime nor dark meat nuggets that are pushing McDonald’s into the limelight this time, but rather molten copper. That’s right, molten copper is the new buzz surrounding McDonald’s food. It’s not in the food nor used in … Continue reading

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Pilot Shortage May Ground Flights

Airplane tickets can get expensive and that is no secret. Depending on the final destination, plane tickets can be thousands of dollars. The secret that these airlines are keeping from the public is the major crisis they are currently facing … Continue reading

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Chemical in Cans Tainting Food?

A crisis involving canned goods has emerged due to a report that claims that there are levels of BPA in cans from brands including Campbell’s soup, General Mills’ Progresso and Del Monte. This particular report also detected BPA in off-brand can packaging … Continue reading

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