updated - January 24, 2020 Friday EST
Scalping gets a bad rap. For years, artists and concert promoters have stigmatized ticket resale as a practice that unfairly hurts their own sales and forces fans to pay exorbitant prices for tickets to sold-out concerts. But is that always true?
Olive Garden has presented a new logo and changes to their menu as its way of winning back old customers while gaining new ones. Darden executives expressed their excitement for the move, saying the logo is “the symbol for our brand renaissance.”
The U.S. Department of Agriculture released on Feb. 20 a new report about the potential risks posed to the environment by genetically engineering crops. Genetically modified organism seeds have been used by farms in the U.S. for 15 years.
Zohydro, a new painkiller approved by the Food and Drug Administration, is scheduled to be available at pharmacies next month, but is meeting plenty of opposition by people who say the pill has “frightening” effects”.
McDonald’s has announced it is looking into extending its breakfast hours later in the day. McDonald’s breakfast hours currently run until 10:30 a.m., and feature fan favorites such as the Sausage Biscuit and the Egg McMuffin.
Adidas announced it will stop selling its World Cup T-shirts to promote Brazil after receiving complaints from the local government about the T-shirts’ sex appeal. Embratur, Brazil’s tourism board, state it is heavily against any product that links the image of the nation to sex appeal.
First Lady Michelle Obama announced on Tuesday a new proposal from the government that would ban advertising of unhealthy snacks in schools. The White House’s new rules prevent advertisements of junk food on school campuses during the school day.
The price of milk is expected to rise by as much as 60 cents in March as a result of issues with supply and demand. Because of a short supply of cheese, the cost of a block rose from $1.80 to $2.36, which is leading to a price increase in “fluid milk."
Residents of the west end of Lousville, KY gathered on Monday, Feb. 17 with the desire to have Walmart open a store in their community. The Louisville residents stated they want there to be a Walmart in their town in order to provide jobs and reasonable prices.
TOP 10 FRANCHISES OF 2020