Toyota doors open up recall notice
Toyota recently announced a massive recall on its popular Sienna minivan. About 700,000 units are being recalled due to a defect that allows the sliding doors to open while the vehicle is in motion. At this point, the recall announcement does not include any information about whether or not anyone has been injured due to this defect, nor how the company learned of the issue.
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Maybe the concept began as just another “clever” sight gag. Two aging religious leaders, a priest and an imam are sharing tea time. The guys are clearly friends, and they’re clearly aging. At one point in the commercial both guys pull out their smartphones and go to the Amazon app. They search, they click and they order. Days pass and the priest and the imam receive their packages. Knee braces. Haha. Outfitted with the knee braces, the guys are free to worship as … READ MORE »
Can Bill Murray breathe life back into golf gear?
It’s no secret that golf clothing brands have been suffering in recent years. Without a notable “face” to promote its brand, Nike golf hung up its clubs months ago. Reports that Titleist and other brands are suffering pop up week after week and golf merchandisers have been begging for a savior. So, who ya gonna call?
Cubs victory lap could be beginning of something even better
And now for the headline more than a century in the making: “The Cubs Won the World Series” … even if you don’t love baseball, you probably like a hard luck story turned around. And, when it comes to pro sports, is there a better rags to riches story than those “Lovable Cubbies.”
Pipeline protest built on inflammatory PR
What’s happening out in North Dakota? Well, that seems to depend on who you ask. What isn’t in dispute – possibly the ONLY facts not in dispute – is that an oil company wants to build a pipeline and members of multiple Native American tribes are trying to stop it.
Nintendo continues to innovate
For a generation of kids, Nintendo was THE name in gaming. Sure, there were other companies with other consoles, but they were decidedly also-rans, soundly whipped in the market by the NES and then the Super Nintendo. But the hardest thing about being at the top of the hill is staying on top.
Airlines adding “fire containment” bags
Maybe it’s a step in the right direction, a down payment on paying it forward or an example of smart preparation, but some are saying the recent decision by major airlines to include so-called “fire containment” bags actually makes passengers feel less safe.
Hawaiian Airlines policy ruled not discriminatory … but will that fly?
When two businessmen from American Samoa wanted to pre-select seats on Hawaiian Airlines, they were denied due to the airline’s new policy against improper weight distribution. As you might imagine, this lack of choice seating did not sit well with the businessmen, who promptly filed a complaint with the U.S. Department of Transportation claiming discriminatory practices on the part of the airline.
Sixers bet on eSports
The NBA’s Philadelphia 76ers are making history. No, they’re not making a historic title run. In fact, until they get past LeBron and his Cavs, that dream’s little more than a wisp of the wind. But that doesn’t mean the team can’t do something exciting and groundbreaking off the court.
The Market Role Of The Strategic Counsel
When developing a strategy it is often valuable to gather as many perspectives as possible. No one individual can easily predict the problems that might arise to impede the strategy, and the skills that new minds bring to planning make for strategies that are dynamic and flexible. The more voices that contribute to a strategy, and the more experienced those voices are, the stronger the eventual project will become.