Posted on January 30th, 2014 by Betsey Lippmeier in Kirstein Business Library
According to the National Chicken Council’s 2014 Wing Report, Americans will eat 1.25 billion chicken wings on Super Bowl Sunday. This is an increase of about 20 million wings from last year. Enjoy the game and be careful with the Buffalo sauce. Read more »
Posted on January 29th, 2014 by Betsey Lippmeier in Kirstein Business Library
The Super Bowl will draw an audience of 181 million when the Denver Broncos play the Seattle Seahawks Sunday, February 2. According to the National Retail Federation’s Super Bowl spending survey those fans will spend an average $68.27 on food, athletic wear, decorations and televisions. Total spending is expected to reach $12.3 billion. Read more »
Posted on January 9th, 2014 by Amber De Angelis in Electronic Resources, Internet Resources
Tags: amber, books, Career Resources, Career Transitions, evernote, Mango, new year, Reserve Inc
It’s a new year! It’s the perfect time to pick up good habits or learn something new. Actually, any time is a good time to do those, you just need the right tools and the drive to do it. Luckily for you, the Boston Public Library and the web have some great resources to help you kick off your new year right.
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Posted on January 6th, 2014 by Betsey Lippmeier in Kirstein Business Library
Ford’s new solar car, a concept vehicle, is a version of the C-Max Energi plug-in car already sold by Ford.
Like the C-Max Energi, the new C-Max Solar Energi can go 21 miles on electricity between charges. It then can switch over and run on gasoline until it is recharged.
The concept car’s roof is covered with a solar cells provided by SunPower Corp.
For more on solar cars, try Business Insights: Essentials , available remotely with a Metro Boston Library Network card.
Posted on December 26th, 2013 by Gregor Smart in Electronic Resources, Kirstein Business Library
Have you explored the Norman B. Leventhal Map website yet? This digital collection represents an ongoing project of conservation, cataloguing, and digital imaging of the Norman B. Leventhal Center’s collection of over 200,000 historical maps and 5,000 atlases. View the collection by location, subject, date, publisher, author, or projection.
Here are a few of their business themed maps for Boston:
Be sure to check out the Map Center’s Made in Boston exhibition (through March 10th) which brings together, for the first time in decades, a majority of maps made in Boston in the century before the American Revolution.