Furby is back on store shelves this holiday season, along with other toys that never left: Barbie, Legos and Elmo, to name a few. But, more than ever, tech-related playthings are elbowing their way onto the traditional toys' turf. iPads landed on the National Retail Federation's most popular toy list for the first time this year. Even the reintroduced Furby interacts with a mobile app.
At Howard Community College, the Center for Entrepreneurial and Business Excellence hosted its Fall Entrepreneurial Celebration to showcase the students as they competed in a kinder, gentler version of the popular show, "Shark Tank," with a few tweaks.