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|Take a look inside the new men's clothing store in NuLu - Biz Journal - Louisville NEW!|
5 things you don't need to know but might want to and Missouri House c... - Biz Journal - St Louis 1 hour ago
New menswear store Ethyl 3.9 is making its debut in Louisville's NuLu neighborhood today at 10 a.m.Ethyl 3.9 is the brainchild of Sam Bassett and Jim George, who co-own the eclectic NuLu boutique Scout. Business First first wrote about their new venture in December.Located at 714 E. Market St., the store's brands will include Jake Spade, W.R.K., Zachary Prell and Billy Reid. It also will carry products made by Louisville-based tannery Tasman Industries Inc., said Kyle Lueken, Ethyl 3.9's full-timeâ€¦
Craft's business partner at Niche exits - Biz Journal - St Louis 1 hour ago
In honor of April Fools' Day, Google is allowing users to play Pac-Man directly in its Google Maps program, with Pac-Man dodging ghosts while running through the streets of the city of your choice.Schlafly's Kolsch beer was voted the best in the country in the Washington Post's recent Beer Madness Tournament, beating out another Missouri favorite â€” Boulevard Tank 7 Farmhouse Ale.Rumors that the Village Bar in Des Peres may be sold or closed have prompted the creation of a "Save the Villageâ€¦
Monsanto's Roundup to be subject to new EPA restrictions - Biz Journal - St Louis 1 hour ago
Adam Altnether, Gerard Craft's business partner at Niche Food Group and a chef at Niche, has left the company."Adam has been a part of the team for over seven years, and we are proud of the work that we were able to accomplish together within that time. Weâ€™re excited to see whatâ€™s next for him," Craft said in a statement Tuesday, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.Altnether is no longer a minority partner in the business, the newspaper reports. Niche Food Group also operates Pastaria,â€¦
As employment shrinks, Dell owes Nashville property taxes - Biz Journal - Nashville 1 hour ago
The Environmental Protection Agency is putting new restrictions on glysophate, the key ingredient in Monsanto's Roundup weed killer, in an effort to address the expansion of weeds resistant to the chemical.The EPA has confirmed that it will require a weed resistant management plan for glyphosate, Reuters reports.An EPA spokeswoman told Reuters that the requirements would be similar to those placed on a new herbicide from Dow AgroSciences, which require weed monitoring, farmer education and remediationâ€¦
Falling employment at Dell Inc.'s Nashville location means it owes the city property taxes for the first time since arriving here.According to The Tennessean, Dell needs at least 1,500 full-time employees in Nashville to qualify for the full abatement made possible by its original incentive package. A new round of layoffs, impacting about 96 people, is expected to wrap up today, putting its local headcount at around 1,400 employees.According to The Tennessean, Dell owes the city roughly $2,600â€¦
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SmartThings delays its next-gen smart home products - PC World 2 hours ago
Amazon wants to try putting physical â€śbuy nowâ€ť buttons all over your houseBecause Jeff Bezos hasnâ€™t yet figured how to wire your brain directly to Amazonâ€™s warehouses, the company is experimenting with cluttering your home with special-purpose buttons in the name of e-commerce. Its new Dash Buttons can be put up anywhereâ€”kitchen, bathroom drawer, broom closetâ€”and programmed to put in a buy order for, say, laundry detergent, by syncing to the Amazon mobile app over the userâ€™s home Wi-Fi network. The devices will go out to Prime customers by invitation only.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
Steinwayâ€™s New Piano Can Play a Perfect Concerto by Itself - Wired 2 hours ago
SmartThings, the home automation company Samsung Electronics acquired last August, has delayed the launch of its new home hub and sensors to the third quarter, as it works to improve performance and stability.Even though the products have been built and are currently being tested, SmartThings felt it necessary to postpone the launch from the second quarter to what will most likely be the third quarter, the company said in a blog post on Tuesday.One of the goals with the new hub is to improve stability compared to its current offering, and this seems to be taking longer than originally thought. The company has been performing lots of additional testing to address many recent disruptions users have experienced, it said.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
Radio Is Soulless. Can These Radicals Make It Great Again? - Wired 2 hours ago
Like magic, Steinway's new piano, the Spirio, records a pianist and plays the music back perfect. The post Steinway’s New Piano Can Play a Perfect Concerto by Itself appeared first on WIRED.
Itâ€™s Time to Shut Up About Marie Curie - Wired 2 hours ago
NY's East Village Radio showed that the Internet could make radio better--until licensing laws forced it to shut down last year. Now it's back. Is EVR here to stay? The post Radio Is Soulless. Can These Radicals Make It Great Again? appeared first on WIRED.
Ask someone to name a woman scientist, and they'll offer one name: Marie Curie. It's hobbling the representation of women in STEM, and it's time to cut it out. The post It’s Time to Shut Up About Marie Curie appeared first on WIRED.