Quick—name as many daily coupon sites as you can. The only names that come to me are Groupon and Living Social. Apparently, there are quite a few more (and that’s an understatement). Nearly 800 daily deal websites closed in the last six months of 2011.
Do you ever find yourself sitting in endless meetings wondering if there’s a way you can make them end? There’s an app for everything else—why not this? Introducing C.O.M.A. (or the Cost of Meeting App), the app that will show you how much money your meeting has burned.
We’ve had a pretty mild winter here in the Midwest, but resorts in Vail had been hurting until the Southern Ute Indian Tribe of Colorado performed a snow dance.
As I mentioned last week, the media is trying to use social media to find out who our next president may be. Now, there are companies digging into social media data to find the next hot stock.
Ok—this is a sore subject for a lot of us around here, but here are some thoughts on Super Bowls, elections, and stock prices.
“The Artist” is an Oscar-nominated film, yet some movie-goers who had high hopes are asking for their money back. Why? Because it’s a silent film. (Hope that’s not a spoiler.) Here are five other crazy reasons people have demanded refunds at the movie theater.