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An industry “zAPPed”: the state of board games today

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Last spring, I was given the most unique assignment in my graduate school education:  visit the Hasbro board game factory …

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Inventing the Game of Life

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How do you become successful as a toy inventor? Reuben Klamer, who developed the 1960 Game of Life, suggests inspiration, …

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Soybeans and the Panama-Pacific International Exposition

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“China sends tea and preserved ginger and funny nuts . . . [the Panama Pacific International Exposition] lets us know …

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A tour through storage brings an innovator to light

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Robert Cornelius struck a casual pose as he looked into the bright sunlight and took a picture of himself. In …

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Marketing Moments: The Gecko and GEICO

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Ten years ago GEICO wasn’t nearly the household name it is today. In fact, many consumers had a hard time …

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Talking to the Founders of Crate & Barrel

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Part of our research for the American Enterprise exhibition involves talking to the men and women who have helped define …

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New Symposium: Learning from business leaders

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As someone with a degree in history and a degree in finance, I always assumed that my interests in the …

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Survey Results: What does the term “economic marketplace” mean to you?

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When we launched the American Enterprise website in February, the curatorial team hoped to use this space to share our …

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