Tag: ‘Why

Screw the rules: Why I gave up on ‘flattering’ clothing

“What the heck are these?” my husband asked, pulling a piece of clothing from the laundry hamper to toss into the washing machine. “Did you cut up a pair of my jeans?” In his hands was something I swore I’d never, ever wear. Something that as…

Why Agile Marketing Isn’t Working For You

Shutterstock Agile has arrived from software development and IT and is now flooding the world of marketing. Although many people think the agile method is all about speed, it is really about creating different processes within the company. The main reasons for going agile include increased productivity…

Why the Modest Clothing Industry Is Only Getting More Mainstream

or designer Lisa Vogl, the decision to launch the Verona Collection, an apparel brand for Muslim women and other modest dressers, was simple. “Muslim women are vibrant and edgy, and many women want their fashion sense to reflect that,” Vogl, herself Muslim, told Racked. For far too long,…

Why the new Hyundai Tucson is bound for greatness in India

Okay. Greatness might be a little overstated here, but given the unique position (and proposition) the new Hyundai Tucson finds itself in, in the Indian car market, it is bound to be a sales success. But, before we dig deeper, here’s a little brief about the…

Why Bihar will not see a Dalit upsurge like Gujarat

In July, when the national media was gazing at the Dalit upsurge in Gujarat’s Una, another episode occurred in a north Bihar village, Babu tola-Matthiya, in Muzaffarpur district’s Paroo area. Two Dalit youth allegedly attempted to steal a Bhumihar’s motorcycle. The Dalits were thrashed and urinated…