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Outlook Magazine’s Fall Fashion Issue 2014

Outlook Magazine  styled models with Robert Mason bags and accessories in its 2014 fall fashion issue.

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Leap.it Wants To Open A New Front In The Battle For Search

TechCrunch: “For the nearly the last ten years, Mike Farmer has been trying to unseat Google from its perch as the king of search. Now, four years in to his second search startup, Farmer thinks he may have found the next leap forward.” TechCrunch discussed how, for publishers, Leap.it’s approach to real-time information discovery could be could be the weapon they need to take back control of their content.

 

 

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Robert Mason Co. will hold a “fire auction” Friday

Columbus Dispatch: “The April fire Downtown that destroyed the Robert Mason Co. stationery shop may have been a major obstacle for owner Robert Grimmett to overcome, but the business is moving forward.” The Columbus Dispatch shared details.

Additional coverage: The Metropreneur

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Thurber House Author Describes His Favorite Part of 1950’s Dating

ColumbusUnderground.com: Tony Mendoza discussed his first novel, Cuban Summer, in advance of his reading at Thurber House.

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6 Smart Ways to Kill Fruit Flies

Good Housekeeping: Tired of fruit flies taking over your produce before you get the chance to enjoy it? Try one of these solutions, including Aunt Fannie’s FlyPunch!, the only natural and effective solution.

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Add Some Social Sizzle

Third Sector Today: You’re on Facebook and Twitter. Maybe even Instagram and Pinterest. You’ve nailed the basics. Now, you’re ready to take it to the next level. Heather offered her tips to help non-profits stay fresh, creative and relevant on social media.

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Catch Up With: Sweet Carrot Food Truck

ColumbusUnderground.com caught up with Angela Petro to talk about Sweet Carrot’s (Did you know that name is an anagram for Angela’s catering company, Two Caterers?) menu and future plans: “We’ve always been about serious food with a sense of whimsy, and the food truck allows us to tap into that creative side. I’ve grown up with this company, so now, that’s the focus: doing things in a grown up way, while staying true to the collective, innovative voice of the company.”

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How Brand Transparency Builds Enduring Relationships With Customers

Entrepreneur:Companies that build authentic relationships with their customers are not only rapidly gaining market share, they’re gobbling up mind and heart share by putting buyers in control and enabling them to make better, more appropriate choices.” FlyPunch! CEO Mat Franken on how brands investing in building relationships with consumers are finding more success in the long- and short-term.

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6 Founders Share Advice on How to Start a Family While Running a Startup

Tech.co interviewed Aunt Fannie’s FlyPunch! CEO Mat Franken on how he balances entrepreneurship and family: “The term ‘organized chaos’ is the best way I can think of managing family life and my business. The one rule I did give myself, though, is that I try very hard to eat at least one meal a day with the entire family without cell phone or laptop interruption. That sometimes means I leave work in the middle of a late evening meeting to get home for dinner. I also include my family in my company’s culture. We organize family-oriented events for the weekends or weeknights that are inclusive of spouses and kids.”

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Prime real estate: The produce department expands beyond fruits and veggies

Smart Blog on Food and Beverage: Aunt Fannie’s FlyPunch! CEO Mat Franken discussed the future of the produce department and its impact on consumers’ shopping experiences.

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