Posts From Micheline Maynard

Moxie: when the situation calls for bold and gutsy

Moxie. It’s an old-school word that either means a brand of soda or the sort of

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An economy on two wheels: cycling’s power in Europe

Here’s a statistic to wrap your head around. More people work in the bicycling industry in

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The cost of landing on a comet

Scientists and science geeks the world over got pretty excited when the space probe Rosetta’s landing

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Robert Snell: How I covered the Detroit bankruptcy

Last week, U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Steven Rhodes approved a reorganization plan for Detroit, bringing the biggest

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Veterans Day sales: tribute or tacky?

This is Veterans Day in the U.S., known as Remembrance Day in Canada and elsewhere. Social

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Can U2 market as smart as Taylor Swift?

It’s universally agreed that Taylor Swift is a savvy marketer. We told you about her listening

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The Last Great Walk: a master of marketing

You might find this hard to believe, but a century or so ago, walking was a

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Jerry Seinfeld discovers the power of Facebook

As someone who loves cars, coffee, and laughs, I was an immediate pushover for Jerry Seinfeld’s

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Must Read Money Stories, Monday, Nov. 10

The Bronx is up, and the Battery’s down. New Yorkers on Monday morning begin using Fulton

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Consumers soon to boil over higher pasta prices

There is word from Italy that may send tempers bubbling among foodies. Reuters reports that Italy’s

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