Weekly CEO News from Richard Ingram

When people bring reusable bags to the grocery store — and actually remember to take them in from the car — they are more likely to take another environmentally-friendly step and buy more organic products than they might otherwise have.

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July 8, 2015


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Multi-generational households are nothing new — before 1950, parents, kids, grandparents and extended family members living under the same roof was not only common, but also smart. Combined households sharing living expenses, childcare, eldercare and maintenance duties made life more

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There could be extraterrestrial life on Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko, the target of the European Space Agency’s Rosetta orbiter. That’s according to a couple of UK-based scientists who claim that features on the comet’s surface could be explained by microorganisms beneath the

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Jesse Dill recently brought in a crew of amateur actors to play volleyball, toss a Frisbee around and enjoy a barbecue on a $1.2 million property he was selling for a client. While the actors had a blast, Dill had

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Share prices have slumped across Europe as Greece shuttered its banks and severely limited cash withdrawals ahead of a referendum on 5 July. The Greek government decided on Sunday night it had no option but to order the country’s banks



With its eco-friendly Indiana factory and hippie customers, Subaru fancies itself a protector of the environment. Nonetheless, it’s only offered one hybrid until now. The Subaru XV Crosstrek Hybrid has been on sale in the U.S. since 2014. Its solitude

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Nintendo has announced a deal with Activision to let its Amiibo toys be used in the Skylander series of games.At E3 it gave a first look at toys that have a switch on their base that flips them from one

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German bonds tumbled on Wednesday, pushing 10-year yields above 1% for the first time since September. The move is the latest landmark in a sharp selloff in eurozone bonds that began in mid-April and has found renewed impetus over the

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After months of searching, you have finally found it – your dream home in the sun. But before you get too excited about moving in, there’s the hard work of sorting out the mortgage and filling in all the paperwork.

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June 2, 2015

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FRANKFURT—The European Central Bank purchased just over €63 billion ($68.75 billion) in public and private debt securities last month under its three-month-old quantitative easing program, according to ECB data released Monday. The May figure is slightly higher than the €60


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