NFL’s Approach to Declining Attendance

Professional football, America’s most popular and profitable sport, is preparing to tackle a glaring weakness: Stadiums are increasingly empty.

As part of sweeping changes designed to give teams more flexibility to fill their seats, the National Football League is watering down its controversial TV “blackout” rule, which restricts local broadcasts for games that aren’t sellouts.

Duquette Brings Technology to O’s


Businesses have been at the forefront of technology for ages. Whatever can speed production will draw in more business.  But in order to reap the benefits, businesses needed to adapt and change their infrastructure. For example, American Airlines started using a computerized flight booking system, and Bank of America took on an automated check-processing system.