Articles by tag: Taylor Bagley Podcast

KFC Launches Finger Lickin’ Beyond Fried Chicken: Business Casual

Powered by RedCircle Launching their faux chicken version of their product in about 50 locations in Los Angeles, Orange County and San Diego next week, Kentucky Fried Chicken is joining the ranks of burger chains and other restaurants vying for customers that prefer plant-based dietary options. But is the offering as ‘finger lickin’ good’ as […]

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American Farmers’ Beef with Burger King’s Flatulent Cow Ad: Business Casual

Powered by RedCircle According to the Environmental Protection Agency, around 50% to 65% of all methane emissions come from human activities, including factory farming. So, in an effort to curtail the methane emissions caused by cattle flatulence by 33% per day, Burger King is adding 100 grams of lemongrass to improve its cows’ low-carb diet. […]

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Postmates Debates Consolidation or Going Public as its Next Move: Business Casual

Powered by RedCircle While around the world, COVID-19 has wreaked havoc on humans, businesses and numerous industries, particularly the restaurant sector, it has conversely proven to be a windfall for food delivery services such as Uber Eats, DoorDash, Grub Hub and Postmates. Although operating in nearly 3,000 U.S. cities, in years past, Postmates grappled to […]

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Sony and Microsoft, The Console Price Cold War: Business Casual

Powered by RedCircle While Microsoft and Sony have been more than forthcoming about the design, hardware, specs and the games for their next-gen consoles set to release this holiday season, one thing these tech veterans are holding back on is price. In this game of ‘price chicken’, a console battle is looming on the horizon—the […]

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The Post-Pandemic Rise of P2P Platforms: Business Casual

Person-to-person or peer-to-peer (P2P) social payment apps such as Venmo, PayPal, Square Cash, Zelle and more have become increasingly popular over the last few years, particularly for younger generations. Rather than pulling cash out of your pocket, these P2P apps are tied to your bank account, credit or debit card, allowing users to virtually pay […]

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As Small Business Loan Program Comes to an End, Debate Heats Up: Business Casual

Powered by RedCircle After delivering more than half a trillion dollars to millions of employers, the Small Business Administration is set to stop approving government-backed loans as of July 1st. However, in a June 12th report, the Fed told Congress that a multiplicity of data reveals “an alarming picture of small business health during the […]

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Netflix Puts Trademark Boots on Space Force Name, Edging Out U.S. Military: Business Casual

Powered by RedCircle While fans and critics may be clashing about the comedic success of the new Steve Carrell and Greg Daniels Space Force series that debuted on May 29th, Netflix is apparently winning the planetary battle against the U.S. military to trademark the show’s name. Starring Carrell as a decorated general tapped to lead […]

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Proactively Protecting Schools with Intelligent AI
February 27, 2024

In today’s episode of School Safety Today by Raptor Technologies, Michelle Dawn Mooney sat down with Matias Klein, Founder & CEO of Kognition AI. During the conversation, they discussed leveraging artificial intelligence to enhance security in educational settings. Matias shares his journey from aspiring healthcare professional to tech entrepreneur, emphasizing the role of AI […]

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How Embedded Payment Processing Is Shaking Up the Travel Experience
February 27, 2024

Through embedded systems, hoteliers can ensure guest data stays within their purview while providing a more comprehensive guest experience from beginning to end. By Warren Dehan The hotel payment processing experience is ready for a shakeup. Improving payment processing in hotels has been a major barrier for independent operators, and yet the closer payment processes […]

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Navigating Careers in HVAC: Jason Saunders’ Journey to the Top
February 27, 2024

On this episode of “Straight Outta Crumpton,” hosts Greg Crumpton and Gabrielle Bar explore the dynamic careers in Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC). They have a chat with Jason Saunders, the President of Indoor Environmental Services, about his extraordinary journey from a high school graduate to a top executive in the field. Saunders […]

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JUST THINKING…Talking CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT with Lesli Laughter
February 27, 2024

Innovative planning and continuous improvement in education stands at the forefront of school improvement, a strategic linchpin that propels institutions toward a future of achievement and excellence. At the heart of this transformation is adopting a continuous improvement mindset, where educators and administrators constantly seek better strategies and outcomes for their students. Just Thinking […]

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CrossFit’s CEO Scandal Put the Company and Brand on a Slippery Slope: Business Circle
June 15, 2020

Powered by RedCircle On June 10th, Greg Glassman stepped down from his position as CEO of CrossFit, and on this segment of Business Casual, Tyler Kern, Taylor Bagley, and Daniel Litwin opine on whether or not this move will be enough to ensure the future of the company as well as many of its affiliate […]

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IBM Does an About-Face on Facial Recognition Technology: Business Casual
June 15, 2020

Powered by RedCircle On this Business Casual snippet, Tyler Kern, Taylor Bagley and Daniel Litwin discuss an announcement made my IBM on June 8th regarding the tech giant’s intention to stop offering facial recognition software for “mass surveillance or racial profiling”. In 2019, a study conducted by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology found that none […]

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Kohl’s Real Estate is Giving it the Leg Up
May 11, 2020

Though the pandemic has been a hard hit on retailers, Kohl’s is showing surprising confidence in their post-pandemic outlook. Kohl’s announced Thursday morning that it plans to have 25% of its stores reopened by the week of May 11, including in states such as Texas, Alaska, Arkansas, South Carolina, Utah and Oklahoma. According to […]

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Zoom Returns to New York City Schools after Platform Ban
May 11, 2020

After the New York City school district banned Zoom as a web conferencing platform due to privacy and security concerns, the ban is now being lifted, putting the pandemic’s leading conferencing solution back into educators’ and students’ hands. The New York City Department of Education was initially concerned about the safety of virtual classrooms […]

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Kevin Hogan Brings a Fresh Perspective to MarketScale’s EdTech Publication
May 11, 2020

MarketScale is always growing its network of contributors across industries. On this Business Casual snippet, Voice of B2B Daniel Litwin welcomes Kevin Hogan, MarketScale newest education technology contributor and writer, to shed light on his partnership with MarketScale and the EdTech content to come. A forward thinking media executive with more than 25 years […]

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CVS’ COVID-19 Response Gave Them Q1 Success
May 7, 2020

Even with the pandemic, drugstore chain CVS had an sales-heavy Q1. Its same-store pharmacy sales went up 9.3%, and same-story front-of-store sales rose 8%. Prescription volume wasn’t immune to growth either, up by nearly 10%. Why, where as other drugstores are struggling, is CVS succeeding? On this episode of Business Casual’s Secure The Bag, […]

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Windows Continues OS Domination as Ubuntu, macOS Gain Ground
May 7, 2020

The major PC operating systems are constantly fighting for market dominance. Though Microsoft’s Windows rarely has its No. 1 position challenged, and continues to see growth and expansion of its OS solutions, the COVID-19 pandemic may have thrown a slight wrench in their continued success. Microsoft, overall, has seen growth in Windows 10 over […]

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Google Finally Brings Analytics to its Podcast Service
May 7, 2020

Google Podcasts is working to make its platform as competitive for the future of podcast streaming as Apple Podcasts and Spotify. To give creators more tools and insights on their content, Google has launched its Google Podcasts Manager, a new service for robust podcast data in dashboard form. On this Business Casual snippet, hosts […]

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Why Has Animal Crossing’s Newest Installment Been so Successful?
May 4, 2020

Selling 5 million digital copies in its opening month, Animal Crossing is showing consistent success during the COVID-19 pandemic. Nintendo’s Animal Crossing franchise is having major success during the COVID-19 pandemic. In March alone, upon the release of its new title New Horizons on Nintendo Switch, the game sold 5 million digital copies, the […]

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