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Can H-E-B’s Digital Strategy Compete with Kroger and Walmart?

  The texas-based grocery chain, H-E-B, looks to open two new stores in the North Texas area by the Fall of 2022. With targets for Frisco and Plano, they seem to be planning Read more

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How Your Restaurant Can Step Up the Restaurant Experience with Data
April 15, 2021
Food is serious business. Now, on The Main Course, host Barbara Castiglia will invite insiders on the front lines of food to share their expertise, strategies, and forecasts for navigating the ever-changing Read more
The Last Mile: Making the Case for Docking Stations for Scooters
April 14, 2021
The world of micro-mobility has been a bit of a Wild West. Mass adoption of docking stations could change that, driving benefits for manufacturers, cities, users and the environment. Making the case for dock Read more
Airline Investors See a Post-Pandemic Rebound in Low-Cost Travel
April 14, 2021
(Bloomberg) -- New money is flowing to low-cost airlines in the U.S. as they take on giant carriers racing to recover from the unprecedented collapse in travel during the pandemic. Two established carriers that Read more
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Can H-E-B’s Digital Strategy Compete with Kroger and Walmart?
April 5, 2021
  The texas-based grocery chain, H-E-B, looks to open two new stores in the North Texas area by the Fall of 2022. With targets for Frisco and Plano, they seem to be planning Read more
Tesla Is Plugging a Secret Mega-Battery Into the Texas Grid
March 9, 2021
(Bloomberg) -- Elon Musk is getting into the Texas power market, with previously unrevealed construction of a gigantic battery connected to an ailing electric grid that nearly collapsed Read more
After Texas Crisis, Biden’s Climate Plan Hangs on Fragile Power Grid
February 25, 2021
(Bloomberg) -- The millions of people who struggled to keep warm in Texas, with blackouts crippling life inside a dominant energy hub, have laid bare the desperate state of U.S. electricity Read more
Trust but Verify: A Common Sense Approach to Data
February 24, 2021
Data drives decisions of the worlds largest companies but in a world with constant data, how do you make sense of it? Host TC Riley, puts the world under the lens of data and analytics and Read more
Why Was the Texas Energy Grid Unprepared for a Major Winter Storm?
February 22, 2021
A snowstorm and brutal cold hit an unprepared energy system and left nearly five million energy customers in Texas, North Dakota, Arkansas, Louisiana and Mississippi in the dark. Power Read more
Run the Pass Returns: Exploring Foodservice’s Rebound in 2021
January 7, 2021
This January, Executive Chef Andre Natera is heading to a new city in the Lone Star State. You'll follow Chef Natera as he travels to North Texas to take on Dallas, where he'll explore Read more
Building a Restaurant Concept That Provides Unique Experiences
November 3, 2020
  Modern Restaurant Manager Executive Editor and host of MarketScale’s The Main Course Barbara Castiglia was joined for this episode by a guest who’s gone to the dogs – Read more
Which States Are Embracing Drones: Drones in America
July 1, 2020
  This week, host Grant Guillot of the law firm Adams and Reese was joined by Senior Research Fellow at Mercatus Center at George Mason University Brent Skorup, who recently Read more
Preparing for an Unexpected Year in High School Athletics: I Don’t Care
June 12, 2020
  On this episode of I Don't Care, host Kevin Stevenson discusses how high school sports have been and will be affected by COVID with Coach Lonnie Judd, Head Football Coach and Assistant Read more