About an hour ago, the PSU TXT service sent out the following text:
UPark alert MSG: Suspicious package found on Old Main patio. Police on scene. Avoid area. Details soon: http://live.psu.edu/
The Collegian reported that police are on the scene and that the building has not been evacuated. Minutes ago, Penn State's Facebook page announced that "Police determined package is safe. Area re-opened." More details as they become available.
"How come we cannot invest in mom and pop businesses just as we invest in Wall Street?" A good question, really. Usually, the answer is, "because our return on our investment would be minimal." But is that always the case?
According to Steve Bisbee, President of locally-owned start-up Cogster, small investments will create quick working capital for the entrepreneur, which will be paid back in kind to the investor through goods and services offered by the company. Where does Cogster fashion itself into all this? Simply put, Cogster provides the platform to take the money legally.
Sound interesting? Read more after the jump.