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How to have tough talks with aging parents
According to one of the largest in-home senior care companies in the country, adult children would rather talk to their parents about sex than about taking away their car keys. Argie Allen of Drexel University and Amy Goyer of AARP visit the Fourth Hour with advice on how to get through those dicey discussions.
Tips to get emergency prepared
John Stephenson, a senior vice president with FirstOnSite Restoration, a company that helps property owners clean up after disasters, says being emergency-ready is simply a matter of being proactive.
Top trucking companies hitting the gas
After a solid 2014 for freight transport providers, some industry experts expect truckers to drive a rise in mergers and acquisitions this year. Lou Whiteman, senior writer for The Deal, explains why the trucking cycle is currently in a sweet spot.
As Seattle Booms, City Works to Cut Driving Downtown
Seattle’s population is exploding, construction cranes are everywhere, and traffic has become a near-daily nightmare. Transportation Director Scott Kubly says a big part of the solution is getting people to stop driving solo.
6 Problems With Group Tours And How To Avoid Them
We’ve come up with six of the most common issues associated with group tours and how you can avoid them when it’s time for you to take a vacation.
Beyond the Grocery Smart Cart, the iBeacon Beckons
Despite e-commerce’s surge, some 90 percent of what people buy still comes out of brick-and-mortar stores. And when it comes to consumer-packaged goods, that figure is even higher. A recent study by Kantar Worldpanel predicted it may take another decade before online purchasing grabs even 10 percent of grocery purchases.
A Good Way to Avoid Injuries: Ride the City Bus
You’re three times more likely to get hurt driving a car than taking the bus, say researchers.
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1 Million Miles & 10 Years with Stevens Transport |
Roy Dulaney gives advice to new truck drivers. Roy’s journey with Stevens started in 2006. As with any new job, it had it’s ups and downs and was a learning experience. He even wanted to quit a couple of times. But he learned early in life that perseverance pays off. This was no exception. Roy tells new drivers... Read more »