Halloween is just about a month away. Among the things preparing for this holiday involves for many is shopping. There are many types of purchases people make in connection to the Halloween season. This includes candy, decorations and costumes. A recent study indicates that Halloween-related spending might be particularly high this year among American consumers.
Orlando is a popular destination for travelers. Apparently, the name of the city itself is enticing. So much so, other airports have taken on the name to bolster their business.
Shopping malls once attracted consumers looking to make purchases under one roof. However, this common destination boasting convenience and climate control may become all too uncommon.
While internal disputes can put a business’ future in questions, equally serious conflicts can sabotage pending partnerships. Power struggles can occur before power is even secured, especially when millions and billions of dollars are at stake,
Walls have been the subject of political conversations for decades. Back in the mid-eighties, former President Ronald Reagan implored Soviet Union leader Mikhail Gorbachev to “tear down that wall.” During his campaign and in the early days of his presidency, Donald Trump promises to, “Build that wall.”
While prohibition ended in 1933, a different kind of ban in Florida has continued since the Great Depression. Liquor sold in the Sunshine State cannot share shelves with groceries and other retail goods.