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Did Fast Food Originate in Pompeii? New Remains Indicate It Might Have
The thermopoly could be the origin of fast food and take out, according to archaeologists, since drinks and street dishes were sold there. It was buried for almost 2,000 years under the ashes, but it still retains its colorful decoration and even food remains.
How Can A Business Stay Relevant? Take A Cue From These Weird Little Forks
In the 1800s, people ate with "macaroni forks" and "olive forks." Why? It's a timeless tale of consumer obsession.
The Entrepreneurial History of the Term 'Entrepreneur'
First, they were cheaters. Then, they were heroes.
To Understand the Riots, Consider the 'Valuation' of Black Lives
The CEO of the Association for Enterprise Opportunity contextualizes the unrest in stark financial terms.
Designed, Built and Financed by Women, This 100-Year-Old Hotel Stays Relevant by Leaning Into Its Past
In a city known for chasing trends, Los Angeles' Hotel Figueroa thrives by embracing its long history.
25 Unforgettable Moments in Space Exploration to Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Apollo 11
The moon landing was just the beginning.
Looking at Very Old Photos Has Changed My Perspective on Business and Life in General
Shorpy.com is entirely photos of people in ordinary life long ago dealing with the same sort of stuff we deal with now.
6 Pieces of Timeless Business Advice From Ford, Hamilton, Rockefeller and More
Here's what entrepreneurs can learn from some of the wealthiest and most successful individuals of their time.