Love hurts, they say, but not for this teenage couple. Dylan and Lexie were walking in Claremont, California, on Thursday
I have known Augie Nieto for over 25 years as the founder and owner of Life Fitness, one of the world's largest manufacturer's of Cardio & Strength equipment. When I first met Augie he was driving around in a Slugo Motor Home trying to sell his LifeCycles to Nautilus clubs.
This year on the Fourth of July -- just three days before he turned 99 -- Grandpa donned an Uncle Sam outfit created by my late aunt Susie, hopped on a tricycle my mom decorated with red, white and blue streamers, and rode in the Claremont parade.
After sharing my personal business background and my inspiration for launching NFTE, I outlined the 12 things every young person should know about business.
Fixing immigration and fixing labor are inseparable. Immigration reform could give increasing freedom to workers to organize without fear, but without vigorous protections on organizing, employers still hold all the cards.
I knew that those vegetable gardens were a project -- a year in the making -- of Josh Thomsen, executive chef of the Claremont's Meritage restaurant. Thomsen first told me about his plans last year.
Four years after New York City's oldest continuously operated stable in closed its doors, the city plans to return horseback
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As connective leaders are wont to do, Obama asked the nation and the world to join with him in committing ourselves to service. In this new Connective Era, we should do nothing less.