Well That Was Great Customer Service!
So apparently some companies think the best way to keep their customers is to call them names. Comcast customer, Lisa Brown was shocked to find out that her husband's name had been changed to "Asshole Brown" when they received their last bill after cancelling services. This isn't the first time the cable giant has had issues with PR. Back in October 2014, a California man claimed to have been terminated from his job in retaliation for calling Comcast's corporate offices to co
The folks over at the Wall Street Journal posted an interesting article last week entitled, "FIVE THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT CALIFORNIA’S HIGH-SPEED TRAIN LINE". The oft-delayed rail train would supposedly get travelers from L.A. to San Francisco in about two hours. After years and years of development it seems like the super train may finally be on its way. Check out the link above.
No Discount For You
So you've heard that gas prices are dropping and now you think the price of flights are going to drop too? Think again. Philippines based airline, Cebu Pacific, has announced a price drop due to the astounding price of oil. At the time of this post, a barrel of oil is in and around $50, the lowest in almost a decade. While more airlines are expected to adjust pricing, it probably won't be any of the major carriers. Click Here For The Link
Apparently 2015 will be the year of the millennial. Analysts are predicting competition between physical and online retailers to increase greatly with the target market being, you guessed it, millennials. Typically born between 1980 and 2000, this generation has now surpassed the Baby Boomer’s to become the largest in world history. Click Here For The Link
Getting With The Times
The iconic Yellow Cab Company may finally be catching on with its first attempt at a mobile application. Like Uber and Lyft before it, the app would allow users to place rides and track driver’s location until they arrive. The traditional taxi model has been a bit behind the curve in terms of tech advancements but with Yellow Cab’s jump into the mobile market, maybe others will follow suit. Click Here for the Link