In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, Walmart understands a Thanksgiving dinner may be hard to achieve this year. So, the company has teamed up with Ibotta, a technology company, to save customers money and give away free Thanksgiving dinners.
OC Register: Mental health, suicide-prevention campaign targets middle-aged men, youth and LGBTQ community
We are so proud to have ideated and launched the OCHCA’s youth suicide prevention campaign, “Be a Friend for Life.” Our team produced a fully integrated advertising, digital marketing, influencer, social media and PR program to spread awareness about the signs of suicide and steps to take to help those most at-risk.
Leaders often feel uncomfortable dealing with employees who are reeling from a disappointment. Instead, they should seek to coach the people to uncover the emotions generated by the experience, help them release their inner self-coach and repress their inner self-critic, and then channel their energies to fuel positive actions.
When 9-year-old Reese Osterberg lost her 100 baseball card collection to California’s recent wildfires, the Fresno County Fire crew decided to do their bit. Spreading the word on Facebook, they asked if anyone could help by donating some of their own cards. So that’s exactly what San Jose’s Kevin Ashford did.
Inc. 5000 Vision Conference: The Power of ‘Compassionate Capitalism’ and Grace of ‘Enlightened Hospitality’
Mark Cuban, Danny Meyer, and other high-profile entrepreneurs provided incisive suggestions for improving your team, your business, and your community.
With coronavirus rates rising in some parts of the country and social distancing measures still in place, many people are thinking about their health and that of others while considering how to celebrate. Here are some Halloween ideas from families across the country to keep the holiday spooky while staying safe, complete with wearing masks, sanitizing often and practicing social distancing.
This Father/Son Duo Transforms Their Orange County Home into a Spooktacular, Socially Distant Show That’s Open to the Public
Here’s something scary good. After two decades of hosting one of the best home-crafted Halloween haunts in the county, Dave Larson and his 16-year old son, Jacob, completely re-configured the maze for COVID-19 into what is essentially an elaborate and interactive 10-minute show in their front yard titled: “Pirate’s Cove: Origins.”
In a feature contributed article with one of the CRE industry’s top publications, National Real Estate Investor, Juniper Square CEO Alex Robinson shares why those who continue to rely on PDFs and Excel will be left behind, while the investment managers who embrace technology will gain a crucial competitive advantage.
Here’s something good. A 14-year-old girl from Texas has discovered a molecule that can selectively bind to the spike protein of the SARS-CoV-2. Binding and inhibiting this viral protein would potentially stop the virus entry into the cell, creating a viable drug target.
Here’s something good. In honor of PBS’s 50th year, we’re looking back at all the incredible ways the public broadcaster has made a lasting imprint on our culture.