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Today's multicultural marketplace is complex and tricky to navigate. Companies that operate openly with proficiency in inter-cultural messaging fare far better than most.

Long-Abandoned 25th Street Theatre To Reopen

May 6, 2014
Ryland Barton / KWBU News

After a drawn-out ownership dispute, Waco’s 25th Street Theatre is one step closer to reopening. The historic theater has been abandoned since 1992 but its tall, iconic sign has remained a landmark fixture in North Waco’s Sanger Heights neighborhood. The theater was once the center of what Wacoans used to call the “Silk Stocking District.”

When time spent texting or on Facebook gets in the way of activities or relationships, it's a sure sign consumption has gotten out of control.

Underhanded marketing tactics to be on the lookout for.

Award-Winning Whiskey From Under A Bridge In Waco

Apr 18, 2014
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The world’s great whiskeys usually come from Scotland, Ireland or Kentucky. But if you’ve ever driven over Waco’s 17th street bridge you’re driving over a new hot spot for the spirit. The Balcones distillery has gotten so many awards, they’re starting to have trouble keeping up with demand. And they’re expanding soon. But they want to stay small--and most importantly--in Waco.

Creating Eureka Moments

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Kissing Frogs

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Servant Leadership

Apr 17, 2014

Humble managers create a work environment that fosters staff loyalty and better customer service. 

Oracle CEO Talks Big Data At Baylor Business Forum

Mar 20, 2014
Baylor University

Oracle CEO Mark Hurd was the keynote speaker for the Hankamer School of Business’s forum on Big Data. Hurd talked about how the ability to collect huge amounts of data has changed the way companies do business. And, as Ryland Barton reports, Hurd said we should just get used to companies prying for personal information.

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