What would you do with: Two First-Class Plane Tickets and $10,000?

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The chief executive and founder of the shapewear company Spanx surprised employees with two first-class plane tickets and $10,000 each. Questions: How much did Sara Blakely spend to start her company in 2000 and what did she pledge it would be worth when people laughed 21 years ago? What fact points to why Blakely is… Read more »

Slinky: Imitated but never duplicated

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Other manufacturers have tried and failed to duplicate the classic toy, which is why every Slinky sold in the world is still made in the U.S.A. It is estimated that more than 250 million Slinky’s have been sold worldwide. Questions: 1. In which city are Slinky’s made according to the video? 2. How was the… Read more »