If it “ain’t broke” why fix it?

by Todd McDonald on April 15, 2015

During a recent visit to downtown St. Louis, I will admit I was a bit irritated to find a plethora of closed roads, detours and work zones surrounding the Arch. Once I arrived at my destination, albeit a little late and even more frustrated, I just had to find out why. What I learned surprised [...]


Last month, an innocent question on Tumblr sent the Internet into a frenzy debating the color of a dress – some seeing it as white and gold, others as black and blue. Even when Roman Originals, the company that manufactures the dress, confirmed the actual color of the dress (which is black and blue by [...]


A tasty lesson in supply chain efficiency

March 5, 2015

From the grocery store, to the office, and yes even online, it’s that time of year again when we are constantly faced with the temptation to stock up on Thin Mints, Tagalongs and Samoas, not to mention take advantage of a time-honored opportunity to help young girls learn money management and business ethics skills. It’s [...]

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Can you solve this packaging riddle?

February 18, 2015

What is amazingly light, incredibly moisture resistant, extremely durable and 100% recyclable? What has clean peel and low lint features as well as superior tear strength and puncture resistance, even when wet? What can maintain the sterility of medical devices for at least five years after terminal sterilization and does not become brittle after gas [...]

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