Tom Haverford’s Ridiculous Business Ideas
At Patagonia, the Bottom Line Includes the Earth by Diane Cardwell
The company, which sells outdoor apparel and gear, has an unusual commitment to advancing sustainability, sometimes at the expense of its profit.
photo by stokeharvester
A basic look at the day-to-day operations of a modern day Colombian drug cartel
It was Joltin’ Joe Dimaggio who put Mr. Coffee on the map.
Reebok Bacon is “uncured and contains no nitrates, preservatives, MSG, or sweeteners.” Next up, Nike Trail Mix… then followed by adidas wurst. Total Engineering for a Better You. The future is full of branded opportunities.
A sewer cleaner in India makes $5 per day and has an 80% chance of dying before the age of 60.
A Tiny Club’s Uneasy Rise by Raphael Minder
Eibar, a small soccer team with a 5,250 seat stadium is entering Spain’s top division, La Liga. And it’s been a pain in the ass.
Photograph by Markel Redondo for The New York Times
Paula Scher — A Woman of Identities
Could Brooklyn hipsters help save the middle class? And by “hipsters” I think they just mean people in Brooklyn.
Why Net Neutrality Matters (And What You Can Do To Help).
After less than a month of being officially open, “Holler If Ya Hear Me”, the broadway musical inspired by the lyrics of Tupac Shakur is closing.
Dan Gilbert Apologizes to LeBron James
Greenpeace’s new ad calls for LEGO to halt its production of Shell-branded LEGO toys and end its partnership with Shell Oil, thus saving children’s malleable brains from oil company propaganda.
Embedded With Adidas’ Social Media Team at the World Cup in Rio by Julie Ruvolo
Striving to Be the Most Talked-About Brand At the Tournament
What gives a dollar bill its value?
77 years of Washington Redskins branding