Three of Cranford Robinson Johnson Woods' top executives - Ross Cranford, Jay Cranford and Denver Peacock - resigned from the Little Rock ad firm Monday, continuing a string of defections that began last year.
Using a smartphone to gather information is becoming a necessity during storms. It’s why Wal-Mart’s Sam’s Club division set up power stations at stores in the Northeast after Hurricane Sandy hit. It's why Entergy continues to tweak a social media plan it used during December's winter storm.
My high school classmates did little to sell me on the enjoyable aspects of duck hunting. They arrived at school from the duck blind dressed for extreme wet and cold. When they were awake enough to provide details of their trips into the local fields, they spoke of 4 a.m. wakeup calls. Sounded awful. Now I know better.