While reviewing a thick legal document in her office one night at 2:00 a.m., corporate attorney YiShaun Yang had an epiphany – she realized the desire to be her own boss and the need to contribute to society in her own way.
Thingverse is a website to swap digital files for 3D printing tiny objects.
“It’s a different type of stress,” she said during an interview this month as one of her seven dogs, Basta, a four-year-old Italian mastiff, sat at her feet.
Shulman, the mother of two, is a self-described â€œmompreneur.â€ As her children went off to school, she worked at various jobs and became known as a never-say-no volunteer.
After more than a decade of success in Arizona, Larry “Lo-Lo” and Rasheedah White, founders of Lo-Lo’s Chicken & Waffles, are ready to start a soul food revolution.
The chalkboard menu features burgers, melts and hot dogs — served on homemade breads and buns — and potato chips kettle-fried on the premises in two flavors, regular and sweet onion.
The ability to rent a home rather than a hotel room isn’t all that’s on offer from Traveler’s Haven.
The scrap yardâ€™s electromagnetic steel excavator picked up my two steel die cast molds and put them on the scale.
The industry’s pace of change has accelerated, and especially for this set of companies, it’s hard to keep up.
Nguyen’s solution: Mini decks of playing cards called “PartyPal drinktags.” Guests get a tiny plastic card/tag â€“ say, a jack of hearts â€“ and adhere it to their drink container.