Writer and online editor Stacy Wescoe has her finger on the pulse of the business community in the Greater Lehigh Valley and keeps you up-to-date with what coworkers and competitors are talking about around the water cooler — and on social media.
February’s chilly weather generally brings thoughts of travel to warmer climes, but this year those daydreams have been tempered with fears of reports of the Zika virus in a number of Caribbean and Latin American travel destinations.
So you didn’t win the big Powerball, huh? (I’m assuming that, since none of the jackpot tickets were sold in Pennsylvania.)
Fresh back from the holidays, most office workers are finding that they can’t throw a wadded-up tissue without hitting a sneezing colleague.
The Force has awakened to the tune of $57 million. Not a bad payday for one night.
If Missouri is the “show me” state, then perhaps the Lehigh Valley can be the “show me” region.
An accountant, a city councilman and a charming Irish chap show up at the Pearly Gates and St. Peter says, “Well, hello, Frank Concannon. It's been terribly boring up here without you.”
There’s a little bit of trouble with water cooler talk these days. It’s no longer just around the water cooler.
Every time there is a symposium or panel discussion or think tank meeting on the future of manufacturing in the Lehigh Valley, the dialogue is always the same.
Bacon. Unless you're a vegetarian – or a pig – you probably love bacon.