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The Talk with Stacy Wescoe

Stacy Wescoe

About Stacy Wescoe

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.

Can Crayola make coloring cool for tough-to-target tweens?

Small children love to color. It’s a well-known fact.

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'Escape' the office with a little escape-room team building

After a hard week's work, who wouldn't want to escape the office for a fun afternoon of recreation with co-workers?

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Bistros are big, but are they the future or a fad?

I've become pretty good at spotting trends. After 10 years working as a business news reporter, I've seen the popularity of business ideas and ventures wax and wane.

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Telemarketers targeting mobile phones are annoying and sometimes scary

A few years ago, I got rid of my home's landline, as many others have done.

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Olympus celebrates 10 years as major Lehigh Valley employer

It’s hard to believe it’s been 10 years since Olympus Corp. of the Americas packed its bags and moved its North and South American headquarters from Melville, N.Y., to Center Valley.

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No sea monsters here – sonar finds better way to clean your car

The same technology that the Navy has been using to track down enemy subs since before World War II will now be making sure nothing – and nobody – touches your car at a Saucon Valley car wash.

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Stubborn Siberian husky goes viral, gets stuffed

You loved the dog. Now, you can own the pillow.

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Tired of 'Adulting'? Head back to summer camp

Summers were so much simpler as a kid, weren’t they?

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Law firm helps businesses navigate the confusing web of online sharing

A few months back, Madlen Miller, marketing director for Allentown law firm Gross McGinley, asked if she could pick my brain.

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Applebee’s wants you to ‘smell what they’re cookin’ with $75M investment in new grill-menu

About two years ago, I wrote a blog about the disappointing state of fast-casual restaurants. Reacting to the downturn in dining out during the recession, many of them sacrificed quality to keep prices more affordable for the penny-pinching public.

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