Just three short years ago certain business conversations would be halted at the mention of cannabis. Most mainstream investors, law firms, and large-company executives tended to back away given the substance’s federal classification and the stereotype of the “typical cannabis user.” Celebrities of the likes of Snoop Dogg, Miley Cyrus, and Woody Harrelson were early … More Has Cannabis Crossed the Threshold into Big Business Legitimacy?
In 2016 Amazon Video released a critically and viewer acclaimed series—Good Girls Revolt. The show depicts the landmark sex discrimination lawsuit filed by the women researchers of Newsweek in 1970. The story line is entwined with empathetic, multi-dimensional characters that test the boundaries of sex, drugs, and rapidly changing cultural norms while they deliver the … More What Streaming Television Has To Do with Corporate Diversity
Regardless of your politics, the U.S. Presidential election was a shocker and most industries don’t like surprises. Case in point, Donald Trump spent little time with the tech industry during his campaign, and without public policy plans to reference, many companies especially startups are now uncertain about what the future holds. Tech companies are reeling, … More Tech and the Presidential Transition: Don’t Shirk, Assert Your Value
Recently, there has been a lot of buzz around the new show called “StartUp” on the Sony-owned streaming site—Crackle. I’ve watched the show, read a few reviews and even watched a Today Show interview of the show’s star, Adam Brody. The show is about a digital currency startup, illegally started by Brody’s character, and the … More How Sony’s New Show “Startup” is a Step Backwards for Bitcoin
In the never ending battle between the Android and the iPhone, I have always chosen the former. I found the Google integration very convenient for both work and school, and liked that its bigger screen size meant that I could enjoy my frequent Netflix binges without straining my eyes. Despite the social trends associated with … More Can Samsung Bounce Back?
Just before the 2016 Summer Olympics came to a close, the international community was gifted with a sneak preview of the 2020 Olympics when the worlds most famous plumber popped out of his warp pipe for a cameo appearance at the Rio Olympics closing ceremony. Unfortunately for us, we’ll have to wait a long four years until we can get our next Olympics … More A Glimpse Into The Future?
Pokémon Go has quickly become one of the most popular apps in the world. By combining an augmented reality game with Pokémon, which was a staple for almost every millennials childhood, Pokémon go is already being used more than apps that have been around much longer such as Whatsapp and Instagram. … More Small Businesses Should use Pokémon Go if They Want to Catch’em All