AirTalk for June 9, 2014

Should college athletes be paid if their image is used for profit?
2014 NBA Finals - Game Two
The Spurs dispensed with The Heat handily in Game 1 of the NBA Finals. But that was merely a sidebar to the heat, aka the malfunctioned central air conditioning system at the AT&T Center in San Antonio that caused LeBron James to cramp up.
Berlin Mitte Is Home To Germany's Lobbyists
The current steady job growth — albeit with caveats — and stability of the unemployment rate should spark labor mobility for American workers.
las vegas police officer shooting
Two shooters who killed two police officers and a bystander are said to be known racists who bragged about being revolutionaries.
The 12th Annual L.A. Times Festival Of Books - Day 1
No twentieth-century figure has had a more profound effect on the worlds of literature, film, politics, historical debate, and the culture wars than Gore Vidal.
Clothing Retailer Abercrombie And Fitch Reports Strong Quarterly Earnings

Marketing so good you can smell it

Abercrombie & Fitch, notorious to mall shoppers everywhere for its musky “signature scent,” is reigning in its odor. According to new research from Concordia University, that may be a good thing: researchers there determined that scent can heavily factor into successful marketing.
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