Not Lost, Found

A couple of years ago, I delivered a eulogy for Bob Alley. Fraternity brother, college roommate, best friend. Maybe you believe that connections like that are never broken and become permanent residents in a greater eternal consciousness. Or maybe, upon reading that last sentence, you’d say what Bob would, “Oh, please.” Continue reading Not Lost, Found

Sharing is Good

The “sharing economy” or “collaborative consumption” is giving age-old ideas like renting, bartering and swapping a 21st-century makeover. Now, instead of being limited to our neighbors, we can share things with people all over the world. Continue reading Sharing is Good

Bringing Up the Bells

Bringing Up the Bells

By Diane Ballard

Corey and Millicent Bell have only six children at home. Yes, only. Because, you see, they used to have eight. The Bells, both UT Knoxville MBA grads, are in their mid-thirties and live in Round Rock, Texas, where Corey Bell has a successful business. Certainly they have a bright future ahead of them. Continue reading “Bringing Up the Bells”