• An In-Depth Look into Construction Claims
    Posted in: Tips & Advice

    Written by: Lyle Charles Consulting Why do construction claims arise within the project? What happens when claims are filed? What are the costs involved? Here are some answers to some questions that you might have about construction claims. Companies heed the advice of construction claims management services primarily because of their legal knowledge as well […]

  • Self Checkouts: How they Work and How They Benefit You
    Posted in: Business Resources

    Self checkouts are one of the biggest changes to come to the POS industry in recent years. POS developers have remained focused on creating a touchscreen interface that is intuitive. Those systems are now so good at what they do that customers can do the job of the cashier in newly developed self-checkout stations. How […]

  • How to Ease the Pain of Construction Delays
    Posted in: Business Services

    Written by: Lyle Charles Consulting Delaying a project can cause some serious financial repercussions. What may be insignificant delays can actually cause a domino effect that eventually leads to a large amount of lost revenue and construction delay claims. Be Prepared for Anything Unfortunately, delays occur in almost every construction site. It’s important to document […]

  • The Attica Prison Riot of 1971
    Posted in: History

    By Phin Upham The prison riots that occurred at the Attica prison facility in 1971 were an extremely important moment in prisoner’s rights. Prisoners were demanding better living conditions and certain political rights. The riot itself was triggered after the killing of George Jackson at San Quentin. Jackson had staged a dramatic escape attempt in […]

  • The Sherman Act Applied
    Posted in: Business Services

    Article written by A Tech Inc In the 90s, there was a case of antitrust that presented an interesting debate. A company called Spectrum Sports was in dispute with a particular distributor over parts that were manufactured. Spectrum Sports held the patent over a particular polymer used to create sporting goods, which  Sorboturf Enterprises sought […]

  • How a Search for China Led to the Naming of the Hudson River
    Posted in: History

    By Phineas Upham Henry Hudson was born around 1570, and not much is known about his early life or his parents. He was thought to have been a cabin boy during the early years of his life, which gave him a foothold to work himself into a Captain’s position. He became an explorer and skilled […]

  • Cases for and Against Public Debt
    Posted in: Business Services

    By Phineas Upham Public debt is a serious topic for discussion in today’s discourse, but that’s something that hasn’t changed in many years. Well-informed Americans have been discussing public debt, and fall into one of two separate categories: pessimists and optimists. As you can imagine, both sides present very different outlooks with regards to public […]

  • How Staying Green Keeps Your Business from Wilting
    Posted in: Tips & Advice

    Keeping a home energy efficient is one thing, but keeping an entire business properly ventilated, insulated, and customer-friendly has its own unique array of troubles. Heat loss in cold climates can leave customers chilly and unhappy. Cold loss in hot climates can make customers sweaty and ornery. Workers and owners suffer alongside them, but there […]