Vikram “Vik” Monga is thinking hard. And if he isn’t, he should be.
For Vik the piece of paper lying in front of his was telling everything he needed to know. 766 more words
While they may appear a relatively new disease, eating disorders have been around for years. The first recorded cases are hypoethised to have occurred in Roman times, when the ancient Romans would dine on rich feasts, then ‘purge’ or vomit to release any discomfort1. 540 more words
By Nilas Edlinger
Remember the days when stores had to take on high costs in terms of space, rent and staff to grow? Then came the Internet, making shopping more efficient and creating new entrepreneurs every day. 318 more words
Catherine M. Lewis’s case study of the Chicago Historical Society expands beyond the parameters of a conventional institutional history. While exploring the CHS’s path from exclusive temple to an accessible, collaborative forum, Lewis reveals the larger trends and issues that have shaped the ways the American public has connected and interpreted the historical past. 276 more words
The United States Department of Labor is a cabinet-level department of the U.S. federal government responsible for occupational safety, wage and hour standards, unemployment insurance benefits, re- employment services, and more. 238 more words
In a Dutch auction, the auctioneer begins with a high asking price and gradually lowers the price until a buyer accepts the current price. Thus, in contrast with the English or ascending price auction, where multiple bids can be observed, for a Dutch auction the first bid is the only bid. 841 more words