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News and Articles About Weather
When Weather Disrupts Your Business
Writing from the Boston area after several huge snowstorms, a Babson College lecturer shares what entrepreneurs should do when Mother Nature throws normal operations off-kilter.
Peter S. Cohan
To Pay or Not to Pay on Snow Days
Weather happens. You better have a policy in place about whether to pay them when Mother Nature gets angry.
Loss of Snow Days May Create the Next Generation of Remote Workers
Students studying at home with tech tools during storms learn important skills. Companies can also encourage working outside the office to avoid lost productivity in inclement weather.
Snow Way! Surprising Facts About Winter Storms (Infographic)
As the first blizzard of the year begins, settle in with some cocoa and check out these stats.
Uber to Cap Surge Pricing During Winter Storm Juno
In the past, the company has come under fire for surging prices during times of crisis.
An Easy Way to Get Publicity: Talk About the Weather
There are many ways to get on journalists' radar. One of the easiest is to piggyback on severe weather.
Goodbye, Car Wash: Nissan Develops 'Self-Cleaning' Car
Ok, so it's really a high-tech paint job. Still nifty, though. Check out the video of Nissan's 'self-cleaning' paint in action.
Study: Emotions on Facebook Are Contagious
Watch out: That Facebook post your friend wrote about his miserable day may lead you to write a miserable post of your own.
Customers Still Furious Over 1-800-Flowers' Valentine's Day Flop
Besieged by a blizzard, New York-based 1-800-Flowers failed to deliver arrangements -- or delivered dead bouquets -- to hundreds of infuriated customers.
Top Buzzwords in This Season's Earnings Reports
These three words continue to pop up in companies' earnings reports this quarter.
Southern Hospitality: Home Depot, Chick-Fil-A and Others Open Doors to Snow-Stranded Drivers
As a snowstorm turned Georgia and Alabama into a scene out of a zombie movie, businesses lent a helping hand.
The Weather Channel Gets Unseasonably Dumped by DirecTV Amid Carriage Disputes
DirecTV dropped The Weather Channel from the screens of its roughly 20 million customers early Tuesday morning after the two couldn't come to terms on carriage fees.
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