You have probably heard people say we are entering a New Age. It turns out we’re already there.
So what does it mean? Often times, we are focused on what the bottom line says (net income), but it’s also important to look at what goes into it to see how the company is really doing, which is what EBITDA helps with.
Rarely do we produce professionals come across such a misinformed piece of “journalism.” So, I have to go point-by-point to show just how wrong this is.
This conclusion, of course, reflects the number-one rule of management: never forget that you are dealing with human beings.
Pamela and Greg talk PMA Foodservice trends, the crime of imposter guacamole and leadership changes for big retailers.
Will consumers use this report as an excuse to continue to eat fewer fruits and vegetables than they should?
Are avocados wonderful enough to lead people to crime? Evidently.
Public health experts are pushing for more fruit and vegetable consumption for the health of both human beings and the planet. But is there enough produce to go around? To give the short answer: not yet.
The tomato suspension agreement and general subject of the dumping of Mexican tomatoes on the U.S. market gets people worked up.
Think about it: what more important issue is there in business than to have trust in the party with whom you are dealing?