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Great Scott! Any Back to the Future fan is excited to be living in our modern time. Although we don’t have any (real) hover boards, legitimate power laced Nikes or self-drying clothes, we do have a Cubs team that is vying to make a run for the World Series (can you say Kris Bryant and Jake...

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The biggest shopping season of the year starts in one week. Children are finalizing their wish lists, and parents are researching products, prices and the lot. While millions of little girls and boys will surely get their hands on some dolls this holiday season, some might be unwrapping a...

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The United States is headed towards being a majority-minority nation within the next three decades. This has major implications for brands, as the new majority-minority will wield incredible buying power (the Hispanic market alone is expected to hit $1.5 trillion in 2015). Lots of companies...

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Hispanic entertainers and actors have contributed significantly to the world of American arts and entertainment. Since yesterday marked the end of Hispanic Heritage Month (9/15 – 10/15), let’s look at a few Hispanic celebrities before they were famous for today’s Throwback Thursday....

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While the sitcom Seinfeld may have been marketed as a show about nothing, that didn’t mean the show didn’t offer audiences any relevant information. Take for instance a 1992 episode where George Costanza alerted viewers to a very important fact: salsa had overtaken ketchup as the...