It is not uncommon for minors under the age of 21 to circumvent the laws and obstacles intended to keep them from alcohol. High school and college students have long concocted schemes to get their hands on liquor and beer despite laws preventing this. An establishment that sells alcohol to a minor can lose its liquor license, and employees can be criminally liable, too.
The above-cited reference to a “divorce gap” in today’s blog headline sounds as though it might reasonably be a bit ominous from the female perspective, doesn’t it?
The term “poison pill” is certainly evocative, isn’t it? In fact, it invites immediate speculation as to its meaning and the context to which it applies.
If the hat you wear as a commercial principal is marked either “franchisor” or “franchisee,” you obviously covet smooth company-local operator interactions in your business relationship.