Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Yumbles foodie marketplace
Reinvents itself to draw in specific niche purchasersYumbles, the marketplace for foodies, has reinvented itself with a brand-new logo design, a makeover and a brand-new promise.
Everything on Yumbles is provided as natural and free from artificial ingredients. Yumbles producers are producing quality food in little batches with everything taste evaluated by Yumbles to ensure deliciousness gigleague.
Foodies are likewise fastidious about what they consume. It doesn’t matter how scrumptious the reward; it has to fit with their way of life too. That’s why everything on Yumbles is now categorized into different dietary areas. If you’re looking for vegan or vegetarian, gluten complimentary, natural, raw or paleo food then you’ll find it on Yumbles.
Sunday, April 20, 2014
Blue Cross, Health Net Drop Affordable Care Act marketplace plans
2 significant medical insurance business, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona and Health Net, will drop Affordable Care Act prepares next year in Maricopa and Pinal counties, forcing tens of thousands of customers to change plans next year.
Stung by monetary losses on marketplace plans in 2014 and 2015, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona has actually filed files with the Arizona Department of Insurance to discontinue such strategies in Maricopa and Pinal counties. About 44,000 Blue Cross Blue Shield consumers will need to find brand-new sources of health coverage for 2017.
State filings reveal Health Net will drop Affordable Care Act prepares in Maricopa and Pinal counties next year, removing coverage for about 14,000 current Health Net customers. It means to sell only mid-level silver and gold marketplace strategies in Pima County next year, according to the insurer's filings.
Friday, March 14, 2014
Changes on the dial: Locally-based radio tuning in to the digital age
Radio has altered dramatically in the 12 years since Sandy Springs resident Reed Haggard co-founded the pioneering liberal talk network Air America.
The thing that threw everything up [in the air] was this, Haggard said in a recent interview, holding up a cellphone. Individuals have many options now.
Now Haggard and his old Air America partner Jon Sinton are trying to turn the digital tide to their advantage with a liberal talk app called Progressive Voices. He’s simply one of many in the local radio company which frequently runs in under-the-radar offices who are dealing with exactly what radio means in the new multimedia landscape.
Some are big companies like Cumulus Media, which runs several stations like Rock 100.5 and OG 97.9 within offices near the I-285/ Ga. 400 interchange. Some are regional small businesses, like America’s Web Radio, an online conservative talk and academic station based in a Sandy Springs office park.