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Expert Blog

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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.

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Observations

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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.

Personal Care Market

Our personal care team uses that in-depth knowledge to put Mintel’s consumer research in category context to show you the coming trends and tell you what they mean.

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