Beyonce Knowles, performing at the Super Bowl for the first time, is poised to draw more viewers at halftime than the game itself, fueled by the flap over the pop star’s lip-syncing at President Obama’s inauguration.
In 1996, James P. Womack and Daniel T. Jones popularized the term "lean thinking". It was their expression for what they'd observed studying Toyota's manufacturing operations: an absence of waste. Today, lean concepts have moved beyond the factory floor to become an organizing set of principles and practices applicable to all business operations and activities, including entrepreneurial start-ups. Every idea in your company can benefit from a lean...
All of 22, Britain’s James Blake masterminded three sonically diverse EPs just in the past year and recently released a self-titled debut album. The crowd at Music Hall of Williamsburg on March 14 was well beyond eager.
Bill Clinton said President Barack Obama deserves re-election because he contained the economic crisis and put the nation on a path to recovery, casting the 2012 election as a choice between “shared opportunities and shared responsibility” and a “winner-take-all, you’re-on-your- own society.”
Madonna’s “MDNA” sold 359,000 copies in its first week, giving the pop star her eighth No. 1 Billboard 200 debut album and best retail performance in 12 years, as some concert fans got the album with ticket purchases.