Travel Ads Are Helping To Increase Internet Advertising Revenue

September 18, 2015

Brazilians love to travel. The online ad market targets traveling Brazilians whether they move around the country for business or pleasure. More people are booking travel arrangements online, and that opens the door for advertising agencies like Heads Propaganda to develop ads for their clients that appeal to travelers. Travel agencies are still relevant to […]

Eucatex Produces Cost Effective Quality Products

August 12, 2015

It’s hard to imagine what Brazil looked like in 1951. That was the year Eucatex was born. Brazil is still considered an emerging country. That means it’s not a third world country anymore, but in 1951 it was considered a third world country. Today, Brazil has the seventh largest economy in the world and it […]

Business Leadership and Management, Stephen P. Murray

Stephen P. Murray, everyone calling him Steve, passed away at the young age of 52 years old, leaving his wife of 29 years, Tami and four boys. Steve was known as an “inexhaustible man.” Always having time for his family and friends, as well as his many philanthropic accomplishments and support agencies he worked so […]

Ken Griffin has climbed Back up with Citadel

August 8, 2015

Back on Top After Brink of Collapse It had been approximately seven years ago when Ken Griffin was standing amongst the financial crises and sinking with the heavy losses. He was waiting, standing and teetering on the brink. This would be the brink of collapse. Founder of Citadel’s Ken Griffin Leaves 2008 Tumble Far Behind. […]

Caitlyn Jenner Looking Hot In NYC

July 1, 2015

Caitlyn Jenner is currently in New York City, and it seems that she is enjoying her visit. It was revealed on that Caitlyn Jenner attended the Pride Parade, and her presence was celebrated by her peers. Caitlyn Jenner is a true superstar, and the 65-year old woman is turning heads all over the world. While Caitlyn […]

San Francisco tunnel to be named after Robin Williams

A tunnel linking the Marin area with San Francisco is to be renamed for the late comedian and actor Robin Williams after members of the state government approved the idea, marinij reports. The Mrs. Doubtfire actor died in 2014 after a battle with addiction and mental illness, which prompted the launching of an Online petition to change […]

Saving Lives, One Text at a Time

June 29, 2015

The developing world has seen a sudden decline in blood donation rates in the last few years. Officials in Sweden are employing the use of cutting edge technology to help get blood donation rates back on the rise. One of the new initiatives is to have officials who work for the blood service send an […]

Health Experts Say Only Those at Risk Should Be Vaccinated for Meningitis B

Since the recent meningitis outbreaks at the University of California Santa Barbara and Princeton University hit the media last year, parents have been in fear. While some health authorities were calling for all teens and young adults in America to be vaccinated against the deadly virus, many more chose to let doctors make that decision […]

If Starfish Clone Themselves, Could We?

You don’t live under a rock, but sometimes the science and mystery around our race may make you feel that way. You may recall back in the 90’s the famous sheep Dolly that was cloned in 1996 and the wide array of opinions regarding human cloning. We’re not announcing anything about human cloning today, but […]

Lego’s Effort and Timeline Are Not Enough

June 24, 2015

On Tuesday, June 23, Lego announced that it will be working over the next 15 years to switch from plastic to a more environmentally friendly material. Anyone who reads this news would think this is a great plan on Lego’s part and celebrate the company’s forward thinking. After all, plastic is one of the biggest […]