Monthly Archives: January 2014

Workplace Bullying: When WOM Goes Viral

Put aside the sticks and stones. Words hurt and have meaning. The social media age has allowed hurtful messages to travel faster and to more individuals than ever before, often with ramifications. Harsh comments spoken in the workplace are no … Continue reading

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Super Bowl Ad Worth $4 Million A Hit?

With the super-sized Super Bowl on Feb 2, it’s no surprise that talk of the commercials during the program generate a popular buzz on social media. According to an article by Forbes, the Super Bowl attracted more than 108 million … Continue reading

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Wave of Cruise Mishaps Capsizing Industry

An outbreak of the norovirus on Royal Caribbean’s Explorer of the Seas is only the latest in a chain of incidents for cruise lines. In 2010, an engine fire left passengers aboard Carnival Splendor stranded in the Pacific Ocean without … Continue reading

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What’s In Your Wallet? Mobile Apps

In this digital age, there are numerous ways technology is revolutionizing things we do in our daily lives. For example, now it is possible to store your personal credit card information in your smartphone to use at retail stores and … Continue reading

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Gaga Lifts Off in ‘Flying Dress’

Just hours before her highly-anticipated album release party “artRave,” Lady Gaga revealed her latest invention, known as “Volantis.” The pop star unveiled a high-tech, white vehicle she coined as the world’s first flying dress. The contraption lifted her inside a gigantic warehouse … Continue reading

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