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No Kids Allowed

Anyone who’s sat next to a crying baby on an airplane or dined out next to a rambunctious toddler can see why businesses flirt with the idea of adopting a “no kids allowed” policy.




Livin’ on Cheap Fare

Jon Bon Jovi has opened a restaurant that allows diners to pay what they want.ebook

Portal to Naughtiness

Readers with high-brow tastes prefer low-brow e-books.free

I Did it My Way

Only 3% of elderly Brits and Americans want to move in with their children later in life.greeneco

Wear your Donation on your Sleeve

Donate hundreds of thousands of dollars, get a T-shirt in return.obese

Getting Bigger if not Necessarily Better

Car manufacturers are designing bigger cars for bigger drivers.

Retail Market

We deal in market retail science, not therapy. Four out of five of the world’s most successful retailers use Mintel to develop their offerings, understand their competitors’ shoppers and manage their suppliers.

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