After a bit of a hiatus, things are percolating here again at Coffee Break headquarters. For those of you new to the scene, here’s the scoop: We search our Internet high and low for stories that might interest all of you Business Casual readers. And if you see something you like, send the link to me at email@example.com and we’ll include it. We’ll have the links up by about 10:30 or so in the morning.
And away we go:
- The New York Times looks into Kansas-based Sprint’s efforts to win back customers.
- Reuters says a newspaper in France is reporting that Airbus is going to launch an A320 successor in 2014 and put the new planes into service around 2018.
- USA Today has a story on T. Boone Pickens’ plan for making the energy crisis the No. 1 topic in this year’s presidential campaign. His Web site, www.pickensplan.com, went live today.
- European officials are reconsidering their use of biofuels, the New York Times says.
- Former KAKE newsie Beth Jett has landed in the anchor’s chair at a Fox station in Duluth, Minn. She has been a reporter in Minneapolis.
- In case you missed the reference to it in Carrie Rengers’ column today, be sure to check out the story from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution that extols Wichita’s virtues as a travel destination. Yes, you read that correctly.