- Could This New Countertop Device Turn the Beer Industry on Its Head?
The PicoBrew Zymatic gives beer lovers the ability to make the brew of their choice in their kitchens simply, cheaply, with little preparation or cleanup, and have it on tap in a week's time. Does this new countertop device have the potential to disrupt the beer industry?
- What is Really Driving Bike Sales in the U.S.?
The number of trails open to bicycle riders in the U.S. is fast on the rise, but the number of people who ride bikes more than a few times a year is one the decline. Are these new trails helping the industry?
- Why Amazon Prime Air Drones May be Delivering Your Packages Sooner Than You Think
When Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos took the company's case for drone delivery to a national audience on "60 Minutes," it very publicly helped to force the hand of the FAA to develop guidelines for unmanned aircraft -- and soon. That may benefit not only Amazon, but a broad range of other U.S. industries eager to put these unmanned aircraft to use
- Start Hoarding Whiskey, a Shortage Is Coming!
Whiskey, especially the high-end stuff, might never have been more popular. This has been great for distillers like Brown-Forman and Beam. But if they can't keep up with demand, is a whiskey shortage on the way?
- How the Steroid Era Saved Baseball
We’d all like to just pretend baseball's Steroid Era never happened. Erase it from memory and move on. There’s one reason we shouldn’t. Steroids just might have saved baseball.
- 3 Obvious and 4 Not So Obvious Ways Buffets Make Money
How do restaurants like Golden Corral and Old Country Buffet offer a never-ending smorgasbord for $12 and still turn a profit? Much of it comes from finding the right menu items and preparing food with great efficiency. But there’s more to the story, and it has to do with old-fashioned behavioral psychology.