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Market Watch
The place where Chinese food is delivered by planeBLOCK ISLAND, R.I.— By his estimate, Bill Bendokas has flown at least a half-mi
The place where Chinese food is delivered by plane
Market Watch / Posted 12 hours ago
BLOCK ISLAND, R.I.— By his estimate, Bill Bendokas has flown at least a half-million passengers during his time at New England Airlines, the small, regional carrier he founded in 1970 to connect this pear-shaped island with points along the East... Read more
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TribLIVE
S.W. Randall Toyes & Giftes of Pittsburgh’s owner Cohen finds joy in toysWhen it comes to selling toys, following the hottest trends doesn't work, Jack
S.W. Randall Toyes & Giftes of Pittsburgh’s owner Cohen finds joy in toys
TribLIVE / Posted yesterday
When it comes to selling toys, following the hottest trends doesn't work, Jack Cohen says. The owner of S.W. Randall Toyes & Giftes, Downtown, a specialty retailer with locations in Squirrel Hill and Shadyside, has found that setting his stores... Read more
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The Morning Call
Hard-cider producers press for tweaking legislation– Interest in hard cider is growing and so are the apple trees at Frecon Farms,
Hard-cider producers press for tweaking legislation
The Morning Call / Posted 3 days ago
– Interest in hard cider is growing and so are the apple trees at Frecon Farms, a combination that would seem to bode well for the small, family-owned orchard and cidery. Instead, co-owner Steve Frecon says efforts to expand cider production at his... Read more
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Market Watch
Why bar owners are happy to see the Dow declineThat’s the question many bar owners are asking in light of the ongoing stock ma
Why bar owners are happy to see the Dow decline
Market Watch / Posted 3 days ago
That’s the question many bar owners are asking in light of the ongoing stock market decline. The theory is that investors are likely to reach for a cold one — or two or three — when they see the hit their retirement accounts have taken. And for bars... Read more
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Business Insider
Jared Fogle is the least of Subway's worriesJared Fogle, the brand's pitchman for the last 15 years, has been charged with
Jared Fogle is the least of Subway's worries
Business Insider / Posted 4 days ago
Jared Fogle, the brand's pitchman for the last 15 years, has been charged with possessing child pornography and paying for sex with minors. He plans to plead guilty to the crimes. Fogle was one of Subway's most lucrative spokesmen, reportedly... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Lifting the lid on an age-old issueNewsreader Kay McGrath before and after make-up at the Channel 7 studios. Pictu
Lifting the lid on an age-old issue
The Courier Mail / Posted 5 days ago
Newsreader Kay McGrath before and after make-up at the Channel 7 studios. Picture: Liam Kidston IT’S an issue all women will confront, but not everyone wants to talk about. In an Australian-first, Queensland researchers will study how women react... Read more
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KESQ Palm Springs
Why I'm joining Melissa McCarthy's revolutionIt's time to put a stop to plus-size clothing. Actress Melissa McCarthy recent
Why I'm joining Melissa McCarthy's revolution
KESQ Palm Springs / Posted 6 days ago
It's time to put a stop to plus-size clothing. Actress Melissa McCarthy recently made news when she came out advocating for better placement of clothing for larger women in stores and the unfairness of the "plus-size" label. "Seventy percent of... Read more
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CNET
F-U-N- Silicon Valley bets that software can take the pain out of parkingParking is not popular. Anywhere. Drivers in Nairobi, Kenya, spend more time t
F-U-N- Silicon Valley bets that software can take the pain out of parking
CNET / Posted 6 days ago
Parking is not popular. Anywhere. Drivers in Nairobi, Kenya, spend more time than anyone looking for the perfect parking spot: a whopping 32 minutes. Things aren't much better, though, in Beijing or Bangalore or Buenos Aires or Madrid or San... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Despite industry predictions, Sacramento entrepreneurs expand cellphone shopsSmartphone prices are dropping, so the industry analysts over at IBISWorld have
Despite industry predictions, Sacramento entrepreneurs expand cellphone shops
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 6 days ago
Smartphone prices are dropping, so the industry analysts over at IBISWorld have predicted that consumers eventually will opt to replace rather than repair their iPhones, Androids and other devices. Yet entrepreneur Terrence Newsome, who opened his... Read more
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AdWeek
U.K. Celebs Love Vispring Mattresses, but Will Americans Recoil at the Price?Americans are preoccupied with the brands that celebrities like—the clothes the
U.K. Celebs Love Vispring Mattresses, but Will Americans Recoil at the Price?
AdWeek / Posted 7 days ago
Americans are preoccupied with the brands that celebrities like—the clothes they wear, the food they eat, the vacations they take and the cars they drive. So here's a question that's gone largely unanswered: What mattresses do they sleep on? Well,... Read more
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Huntington Beach Independent
Goodwill goes upscale with new boutiquesThe trappings of an upscale boutique are there: exposed brick, mannequins drape
Goodwill goes upscale with new boutiques
Huntington Beach Independent / Posted 7 days ago
The trappings of an upscale boutique are there: exposed brick, mannequins draped with flashy clothing and designer brands. But the prices are decidedly cheap chic — the Stuart Weitzman black pumps that go for $350 at Bloomingdale's are a steal at... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Goodwill goes upscale with new boutiquesThe trappings of an upscale boutique are there: exposed brick, mannequins drape
Goodwill goes upscale with new boutiques
Los Angeles Times / Posted 7 days ago
The trappings of an upscale boutique are there: exposed brick, mannequins draped with flashy clothing and designer brands. But the prices are decidedly cheap chic — the Stuart Weitzman black pumps that go for $350 at Bloomingdale's are a steal at... Read more
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Herald Sun
Gen Y embracing high-rise housing dreamMILLENNIALS are shunning the great Australian dream of owning a house in a quar
Gen Y embracing high-rise housing dream
Herald Sun / Posted 8 days ago
MILLENNIALS are shunning the great Australian dream of owning a house in a quarter-acre block in the suburbs. GENERATION Y are embracing their own high-rise dream: living close to where they work, surrounded by cafes and restaurants, and walking to... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Gen Y embracing high-rise housing dreamMILLENNIALS are shunning the great Australian dream of owning a house in a quar
Gen Y embracing high-rise housing dream
The Courier Mail / Posted 8 days ago
MILLENNIALS are shunning the great Australian dream of owning a house in a quarter-acre block in the suburbs. GENERATION Y are embracing their own high-rise dream: living close to where they work, surrounded by cafes and restaurants, and walking to... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Are you getting a home or a lifestyle?FANCY a man-made lake and golf course with your new home? IT'S all about the l
Are you getting a home or a lifestyle?
The Courier Mail / Posted 8 days ago
FANCY a man-made lake and golf course with your new home? IT'S all about the lifestyle as Australians increasingly opt for multi-unit dwellings, be it high rises or townhouses, instead of the traditional detached home. "Lifestyle community... Read more
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Market Watch
The Paleo diet has it wrong: Cavemen did eat carbs?The low-carbohydrate Paleo diet has attracted star advocates, including profess
The Paleo diet has it wrong: Cavemen did eat carbs?
Market Watch / Posted 9 days ago
The low-carbohydrate Paleo diet has attracted star advocates, including professional golfer Phil Mickelson, actor Matthew McConaughey, and Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush. But experts are now debating whether or not people in the... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Minimum-wage offensive could speed arrival of robot-powered restaurantsCrowded. That's how Ed Rensi remembers what life was like working at McDonald's
Minimum-wage offensive could speed arrival of robot-powered restaurants
Chicago Tribune / Posted 9 days ago
Crowded. That's how Ed Rensi remembers what life was like working at McDonald's back in 1966. There were about double the number of people working in the store — 70 or 80, as opposed to the 30 or 40 there today — because preparing the food just took... Read more
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Herald Sun
Gourmet food in, bland mush out for babiesGOURMET food is in and bland mush out for babies and toddlers. HEALTH-CONSCIOU
Gourmet food in, bland mush out for babies
Herald Sun / Posted 10 days ago
GOURMET food is in and bland mush out for babies and toddlers. HEALTH-CONSCIOUS parents are driving strong growth in nutrient-added and organic baby food products. Shrewd marketing highlighting babies' nutritional needs has driven demand for... Read more
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Herald Sun
Mini baby boom driving industries' growthMORE BABIES EQUAL MORE REVENUE FOR MANY INDUSTRIES A MINI baby boom is driving
Mini baby boom driving industries' growth
Herald Sun / Posted 10 days ago
MORE BABIES EQUAL MORE REVENUE FOR MANY INDUSTRIES A MINI baby boom is driving growth in industries ranging from health insurance, fertility clinics and child care to nappies and baby food. * Birthrate to rise 6.4 pct in five years to 2019/20, to... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Gourmet food in, bland mush out for babiesGOURMET food is in and bland mush out for babies and toddlers. HEALTH-CONSCIOU
Gourmet food in, bland mush out for babies
The Courier Mail / Posted 10 days ago
GOURMET food is in and bland mush out for babies and toddlers. HEALTH-CONSCIOUS parents are driving strong growth in nutrient-added and organic baby food products. Shrewd marketing highlighting babies' nutritional needs has driven demand for... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Mini baby boom driving industries' growthMORE BABIES EQUAL MORE REVENUE FOR MANY INDUSTRIES A MINI baby boom is driving
Mini baby boom driving industries' growth
The Courier Mail / Posted 10 days ago
MORE BABIES EQUAL MORE REVENUE FOR MANY INDUSTRIES A MINI baby boom is driving growth in industries ranging from health insurance, fertility clinics and child care to nappies and baby food. * Birthrate to rise 6.4 pct in five years to 2019/20, to... Read more
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Reuters
Pencils down: More U.S. colleges drop standardized testsWASHINGTON Hey, high schoolers, scared of bombing on the SATs and not getting i
Pencils down: More U.S. colleges drop standardized tests
Reuters / Posted 10 days ago
WASHINGTON Hey, high schoolers, scared of bombing on the SATs and not getting into college? Don't worry, a growing number of U.S. schools are scrapping standardized test scores as part of admission. Washington, D.C.'s George Washington University... Read more
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Independent
How raising the US minimum wage to $15 could lead to robot-powered fast-food restaurants“When I first started at McDonald’s making 85 cents an hour, everything we made
How raising the US minimum wage to $15 could lead to robot-powered fast-food restaurants
Independent / Posted 10 days ago
“When I first started at McDonald’s making 85 cents an hour, everything we made was by hand,” Rensi said — from cutting the shortcakes to stirring syrups into the milk for shakes. Over the years, though, ingredients started to arrive packaged and... Read more
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Washington Post
Minimum-wage offensive could speed arrival of robot-powered restaurantsSupporters of a $15 minimum wage for fast food workers rally in front of a McDo
Minimum-wage offensive could speed arrival of robot-powered restaurants
Washington Post / Posted 11 days ago
Supporters of a $15 minimum wage for fast food workers rally in front of a McDonald's on Wednesday, July 22, 2015, in Albany, N.Y. (Mike Groll/AP) Crowded. That’s how Ed Rensi remembers what life was like working at McDonald’s back in 1966. There... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Pencils down: More colleges drop standardized testsWASHINGTON — Hey, high schoolers, scared of bombing on the SATs and not getting
Pencils down: More colleges drop standardized tests
Bangor Daily News / Posted 11 days ago
WASHINGTON — Hey, high schoolers, scared of bombing on the SATs and not getting into college? Don’t worry, a growing number of U.S. schools are scrapping standardized test scores as part of admission. Washington, D.C.’s George Washington University... Read more
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Orange County Register
The drought came to dinner: Some restaurateurs are shifting to water-wise strategies to tighten usageLike kids in a candy shop, chefs Andrew Bent and Peter Hoff gleefully swipe and
The drought came to dinner: Some restaurateurs are shifting to water-wise strategies to tighten usage
Orange County Register / Posted 11 days ago
Like kids in a candy shop, chefs Andrew Bent and Peter Hoff gleefully swipe and bite fruits and vegetables while touring Alegría Fresh on a recent Wednesday morning. A scarlet red- and yellow-hued heirloom tomato plucked from the Irvine farm is so... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Brisbane’s Beepo sounds right note on outsourcing for small companiesWHEN Aimee Engelmann wants to talk to her 200-strong workforce, she either has
Brisbane’s Beepo sounds right note on outsourcing for small companies
The Courier Mail / Posted 13 days ago
WHEN Aimee Engelmann wants to talk to her 200-strong workforce, she either has to catch a plane or hop on Skype. The chief executive of Brisbane-based outsourcing company Beepo is riding a wave of demand from small to medium-sized businesses for... Read more
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G Magazine
Versus: Liquid versus bar soap- Advertisement - Despite our societal obsession with cleanliness, the humble
Versus: Liquid versus bar soap
G Magazine / Posted 14 days ago
- Advertisement - Despite our societal obsession with cleanliness, the humble bar of soap is starting to fall from favour. “The rise in popularity of liquid soap has continued unabated in recent years with many of the major manufacturers dropping... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Radio sackings: new line-up revealedFAIRFAX and Macquarie radio have revealed their on-air line-up after mass sacki
Radio sackings: new line-up revealed
The Courier Mail / Posted 14 days ago
FAIRFAX and Macquarie radio have revealed their on-air line-up after mass sackings at their struggling 4BC station. Brisbane listeners will now hear networked programs from Sydney with Alan Jones at breakfast, replacing popular local announcers Ian... Read more
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Orange County Register
More movie luxuries: Cinépolis adds private wine label, handpicked movie programLuxury movie theater Cinépolis has added two new options to its offerings: a pr
More movie luxuries: Cinépolis adds private wine label, handpicked movie program
Orange County Register / Posted 15 days ago
Luxury movie theater Cinépolis has added two new options to its offerings: a private label wine and a program series called “Cinépolis Handpicked.” The wine label debuted earlier this summer. To create the label, Cinépolis worked with Sonoma Wine... Read more
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Philly.com
For PR firms, focus shifts from newspapers to social mediaThe conversation Shields has with her clients has changed from "Which newspaper
For PR firms, focus shifts from newspapers to social media
Philly.com / Posted 15 days ago
The conversation Shields has with her clients has changed from "Which newspaper and magazine can I appear in?" to "Which social media platform should I be on?" and "How do I make my posts on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram more engaging and... Read more
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Canberra Times
Why did this Aussie company take on Nestle?Michael Scott, managing director of the ecoCaffe Company. Photo: Supplied Spar
Why did this Aussie company take on Nestle?
Canberra Times / Posted 16 days ago
Michael Scott, managing director of the ecoCaffe Company. Photo: Supplied Spare a thought for the coffee pod the next time you wander down to your local café or drop into a friend's place for a coffee. That's right, that little caffeine filled-pod... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Why are Britain's nightclubs in such a desperate situation?In the past year, a string of well-known venues have closed their doors. Among
Why are Britain's nightclubs in such a desperate situation?
Daily Telegraph / Posted 16 days ago
In the past year, a string of well-known venues have closed their doors. Among them were Soho haunt Madame JoJo’s which had its licence permanently revoked in December after 50 years of trading under its current name. The Arches, a popular venue in... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Melbourne: All a flutterThousands of Kiwis cross the Tasman to see the Melbourne Cup each November. Ewa
Melbourne: All a flutter
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 16 days ago
Thousands of Kiwis cross the Tasman to see the Melbourne Cup each November. Ewan McDonald went to see why. The big race reaches its thrilling conclusion. Photo / Supplied Christmas in Bethlehem. Easter in Rome. Eid al-Adha in Mecca. Each of the... Read more
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Perth Now
Craft brewers to look at new offeringsBREWERIES are expected to look for new flavours and innovative products to cont
Craft brewers to look at new offerings
Perth Now / Posted 16 days ago
BREWERIES are expected to look for new flavours and innovative products to continue craft beer's appeal to consumers seeking a unique brew. OVERALL beer consumption will continue its decline, with wine and cider to be the fastest-growing liquor... Read more
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Perth Now
Craft beers growing in popularityONCE the domain of backyard hobbyists, the craft beer industry is enjoying boom
Craft beers growing in popularity
Perth Now / Posted 16 days ago
ONCE the domain of backyard hobbyists, the craft beer industry is enjoying boom times as Australian beer drinkers seek unique tastes to quench their increasingly sophisticated palates. BEER consumption has fallen to its lowest level since the 1950s... Read more
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Herald Sun
Craft beers growing in popularityONCE the domain of backyard hobbyists, the craft beer industry is enjoying boom
Craft beers growing in popularity
Herald Sun / Posted 17 days ago
ONCE the domain of backyard hobbyists, the craft beer industry is enjoying boom times as Australian beer drinkers seek unique tastes to quench their increasingly sophisticated palates. BEER consumption has fallen to its lowest level since the 1950s... Read more
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Weekly Times
Craft beers growing in popularityONCE the domain of backyard hobbyists, the craft beer industry is enjoying boom
Craft beers growing in popularity
Weekly Times / Posted 17 days ago
ONCE the domain of backyard hobbyists, the craft beer industry is enjoying boom times as Australian beer drinkers seek unique tastes to quench their increasingly sophisticated palates. BEER consumption has fallen to its lowest level since the 1950s... Read more
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Herald Sun
Craft brewers to look at new offeringsBREWERIES are expected to look for new flavours and innovative products to cont
Craft brewers to look at new offerings
Herald Sun / Posted 17 days ago
BREWERIES are expected to look for new flavours and innovative products to continue craft beer's appeal to consumers seeking a unique brew. OVERALL beer consumption will continue its decline, with wine and cider to be the fastest-growing liquor... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Craft brewers to look at new offeringsBREWERIES are expected to look for new flavours and innovative products to cont
Craft brewers to look at new offerings
The Courier Mail / Posted 17 days ago
BREWERIES are expected to look for new flavours and innovative products to continue craft beer's appeal to consumers seeking a unique brew. OVERALL beer consumption will continue its decline, with wine and cider to be the fastest-growing liquor... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Craft beers growing in popularityONCE the domain of backyard hobbyists, the craft beer industry is enjoying boom
Craft beers growing in popularity
The Courier Mail / Posted 17 days ago
ONCE the domain of backyard hobbyists, the craft beer industry is enjoying boom times as Australian beer drinkers seek unique tastes to quench their increasingly sophisticated palates. BEER consumption has fallen to its lowest level since the 1950s... Read more
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The Border Mail
Comedian Joe Avati stands up as the owner of 300 pairs of designer shoesWhen the late American psychologist Abraham Maslow devised the "hierarchy of ne
Comedian Joe Avati stands up as the owner of 300 pairs of designer shoes
The Border Mail / Posted 20 days ago
When the late American psychologist Abraham Maslow devised the "hierarchy of needs", he didn't specify how many pairs of shoes were essential. When the late American psychologist Abraham Maslow​ devised the "hierarchy of needs", he didn't specify... Read more
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The Courier
Comedian Joe Avati stands up as the owner of 300 pairs of designer shoesWhen the late American psychologist Abraham Maslow devised the "hierarchy of ne
Comedian Joe Avati stands up as the owner of 300 pairs of designer shoes
The Courier / Posted 20 days ago
When the late American psychologist Abraham Maslow devised the "hierarchy of needs", he didn't specify how many pairs of shoes were essential. When the late American psychologist Abraham Maslow​ devised the "hierarchy of needs", he didn't specify... Read more
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The News & Observer
Satisfying Raleigh’s food truck appetite | News & Observer August 7, 2015 The first Downtown Raleigh Food Truck Rod
Satisfying Raleigh’s food truck appetite
The News & Observer / Posted 20 days ago
| News & Observer August 7, 2015 The first Downtown Raleigh Food Truck Rodeo brought more than 40 trucks to Fayetteville Street in Raleigh. SHAWN ROCCO2010 NEWS &... Read more
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The Courier
Comedian Joe Avati stands up as the owner of 300 pairs of designer shoesWhen the late American psychologist Abraham Maslow devised the "hierarchy of ne
Comedian Joe Avati stands up as the owner of 300 pairs of designer shoes
The Courier / Posted 20 days ago
When the late American psychologist Abraham Maslow devised the "hierarchy of needs", he didn't specify how many pairs of shoes were essential. When the late American psychologist Abraham Maslow​ devised the "hierarchy of needs", he didn't specify... Read more
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The Age
Comedian Joe Avati stands up as the owner of 300 pairs of Italian and French designer shoesWhen the late American psychologist Abraham Maslow​ devised the "hierarchy of n
Comedian Joe Avati stands up as the owner of 300 pairs of Italian and French designer shoes
The Age / Posted 20 days ago
When the late American psychologist Abraham Maslow​ devised the "hierarchy of needs", he didn't specify how many pairs of shoes were essential. It's relative to the size of your piggy bank or colour of your Amex, and for comedian Joe Avati​, he... Read more
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The Border Mail
Comedian Joe Avati stands up as the owner of 300 pairs of designer shoesWhen the late American psychologist Abraham Maslow devised the "hierarchy of ne
Comedian Joe Avati stands up as the owner of 300 pairs of designer shoes
The Border Mail / Posted 20 days ago
When the late American psychologist Abraham Maslow devised the "hierarchy of needs", he didn't specify how many pairs of shoes were essential. When the late American psychologist Abraham Maslow​ devised the "hierarchy of needs", he didn't specify... Read more
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Perth Now
How to get Aldi groceries deliveredOnline grocery delivery is a small but growing market. IF THE biggest thing pr
How to get Aldi groceries delivered
Perth Now / Posted 23 days ago
Online grocery delivery is a small but growing market. IF THE biggest thing preventing you from buying your groceries at discount stores like Aldi or Costco is convenience, there is now a solution. Grocery delivery is a rapidly growing market, and... Read more
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The Courier Mail
How to get Aldi groceries deliveredOnline grocery delivery is a small but growing market. IF THE biggest thing pr
How to get Aldi groceries delivered
The Courier Mail / Posted 23 days ago
Online grocery delivery is a small but growing market. IF THE biggest thing preventing you from buying your groceries at discount stores like Aldi or Costco is convenience, there is now a solution. Grocery delivery is a rapidly growing market, and... Read more
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Herald Sun
How to get Aldi groceries deliveredIF THE biggest thing preventing you from buying your groceries at discount stor
How to get Aldi groceries delivered
Herald Sun / Posted 23 days ago
IF THE biggest thing preventing you from buying your groceries at discount stores like Aldi or Costco is convenience, there is now a solution. Grocery delivery is a rapidly growing market, and German start-up ShopWings has launched a new Android... Read more
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