TiEr1 CEO Greg Harmeyer will be a guest host on WNKU's BusinessWise!
BusinessWise highlights successful people and organizations in the region and discusses topics important to the area.
You can hear Greg this Wednesday, April 18th at 5:45 pm on WNKU FM 89.7, 105.9, & 104.1. Be sure to listen in!
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A study reported yesterday in Scientific American (online) has found that men who are brandishing a handgun appear to be bigger and stronger than they are. Of course, in the non-handgun stimulus control group, each man wore a tiara, a tutu and ballet slippers and was standing next to a six-foot-three, 180 lb. female body builder. Just kidding.
Seriously, now. Guys with handguns were consistently perceived...
Ever wonder why bartenders don't put out little bowls of melon balls for you to nibble on? It's because you'd DRINK less!!!!! That's why only super-salty, high-in-fat snacks are served. They're hard to stop eating and, of course, they make you thirsty faster and more effectively than practically anything else you could ingest that doesn't say "This is NOT a food product. Do NOT eat" on the package.
Okay. So, you eat salty snacks and you drink more alcohol. The more alcohol you drink, the more animated you become. The more animated you are, the likelier you are to have (hilarious!)...
If you're old enough to remember the (original) Jetsons, you're old enough to be interested in assisted living. More likely, given its average cost of $70,000 per year, you're interested in staying out of assisted living as long as possible. Same goes for "less mature" readers out there who might be interested in keeping aging parents in their homes for even six months longer - given the potential savings of $35,000 to them or to their parents' estate, which is, of course, also "to them."
Well, researchers at Washington State University** are trying to save you that money by developing home-based...
TiER1 was one of 17 companies recognized by Governor Beshear Monday for receiving Kentucky matching funds for our SBIR research with NASA. Check out the full article here to learn more about the program!