Glazed Edibles brings the art of chocolate to cannabis, partners with actor Jim Belushi | Dining

“One thing we want to stress,” Hutto said, “is that these are entirely separate businesses. Glacier is its own thing — you aren’t going to find Glazed Edibles products in those stores.” Still, there is some cross-pollination. Bill Copeland, the world-class chocolatier who founded Glacier Confection, has helped develop some of the recipes for the… Continue reading Glazed Edibles brings the art of chocolate to cannabis, partners with actor Jim Belushi | Dining

Nicklaus: St. Louis won’t lead the artificial intelligence revolution, but it can be a fast follower | business

The robot apocalypse may be science fiction, but the artificial intelligence revolution is real. That revolution, according to a new Brookings Institution report, is likely to transform some regional economies while leaving others behind. Fortunately for St. Louis, we’re on the list of potential AI beneficiaries. Artificial intelligence is a catch-all term for technology that… Continue reading Nicklaus: St. Louis won’t lead the artificial intelligence revolution, but it can be a fast follower | business

BUSSONE: Getting “Reelz’ on social media | Columnists

A funny thing happened to me this summer. At the Illinois Small Business Development Center of McLean County at Illinois Wesleyan University (SBDC), we usually have a cadre of interns that come to us to earn valuable experience and at the same time pitch in with our efforts to provide assistance to scores of small… Continue reading BUSSONE: Getting “Reelz’ on social media | Columnists

Watch now: Consolidation the future of cannabis in Illinois, association says | Agriculture

Cresco Labs in Lincoln is among the state’s top producing marijuana cultivation centers. David Proeber In Illinois, the cannabis business is booming — and if projections from industry leaders are correct, that’s a trend that shows no signs of slowing down as 2022… Continue reading Watch now: Consolidation the future of cannabis in Illinois, association says | Agriculture

Bitcoin Depot® Launches New Ultra-Secure Mobile App |

ATLANTA, Aug. 26, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Bitcoin Depot, the world’s largest and fastest-growing cryptocurrency ATM network, announced today the launch of its new mobile app for iOS and Android devices. The new app illustrates Bitcoin Depot’s commitment to providing a secure and premium crypto wallet experience for customers. With over 4,000 crypto ATMs across North America, Bitcoin Depot… Continue reading Bitcoin Depot® Launches New Ultra-Secure Mobile App |

Tesla charger installed at convention and visitors bureau | Local News

QUINCY — A Tesla charging station is now available at the Villa Kathrine thanks to the Quincy Area Convention and Visitors Bureau. Executive Director Holly Cain said the station, which was installed Thursday, will be offered at no charge to users in its first year. The Villa Kathrine is home to the bureau’s office and… Continue reading Tesla charger installed at convention and visitors bureau | Local News

Free series show how to sell on social media | Local News

PENDLETON — The second of a two-session series on how to sell on social media is Wednesday, Aug. 4. The Blue Mountain Small Business Development Center in a press release announced the series, which is free due to funding from the 2020 federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act. Part one, “Setting Up Shop,”… Continue reading Free series show how to sell on social media | Local News

The Metaverse’s Emerging Economics | Lex Sokolin

While Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos and Richard Branson are trying to get off the Earth, Mark Zuckerberg has his sights set on a different escape. In an interview with the Verge, he tells us of Facebook’s plans to contribute to the “metaverse” – a development rooted in the company’s Oculus virtual reality division, but also… Continue reading The Metaverse’s Emerging Economics | Lex Sokolin

DataRobot holds job fair, looking to hire 30-40 artificial intelligence jobs in Morgantown (West Virginia) | WV News

At the time of last month’s announcement, there was one local employee. The company is now looking for nearly 40 more. “We had a good turnout this morning from WVU students, and then the DataRobot team also met with faculty, staff and leadership just to introduce themselves directly to our WVU team,” said Jack Thompson,… Continue reading DataRobot holds job fair, looking to hire 30-40 artificial intelligence jobs in Morgantown (West Virginia) | WV News