Is there a difference between gaming and gambling? Some would insist that the word "gaming" refers to legal activities, while "gambling" has a less savory tone. Regardless of which term you prefer, legal sports betting can give you a break from the stress of running your business.
Video games contain some very graphic and sometimes arguably gratuitous violence, but the courtroom is where things truly get ugly.
This is the story of how the chart recorder—a remarkable tool in its time—was ultimately replaced by the digital data logger. The data logger is a better tool for the same job, but it probably wouldn’t have existed if it weren’t for the trail blazed by the chart recorder.
Every business owner needs ways to unwind. Running a business is a fast-paced, relentless lifestyle to have chosen, after all. Is sports your thing? Do you have a favorite sport you like to play? A favorite team you love to watch on television or at the stadium? All of the above? In this post, we take a brief look at how the business of sports continues to evolve.
America has an interesting relationship with betting and other gambling. Placing bets and playing games of chance is perfectly legal in some states. However, in others it’s effectively outlawed. To understand the current state of play when it comes to the business of betting in America, it’s important to look to the past. Here’s an overview of how attitudes toward and acceptance of gambling have changed over time.
Business strategy never meant much to the Grateful Dead, students of folk music, psychedelia and utopian counterculture, and yet the band was an the earliest Silicon Valley startup.