yogurt company

I was tagged by @plenoptic07 <3

Nickname: Cheesecake (on here at least), my family calls me T-Bird?

Star Sign: Fishies (I can literally never spell Pisces right on the first try) also I might be…. Gemini rising? 

Height: 5′2″ (and ¾!)

Time Right Now: 2:36am  ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Last Thing You Googled: “italian renaissance have sex facing north boy baby” (look I’m sure this was a thing that people thought and i will prove it with google)

Favorite music artists: I’m pretty into Caro Emerald right now?

Song stuck in your head: the Star Wars themes (see below)

Last movie watched: Rouge One

Last TV show watched: Brooklyn 99? Or Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency. i’m honestly not sure it’s been a week

What are you wearing now: leggings and a t-shirt advertising a yogurt company. it’s soft

When did you create your blog: in college. senior year i think?

What kind of stuff do you post: cats, art, politics/social stuff, just stuff? my other blog’s the one with the theme :)

Do you have any other blogs: Yes- my much more popular fandom blog

Do you get asks regularly: basically never

Why did you choose your URL: I had a professor who called music “the auditory version of cheesecake” or something like that. tbh i don’t remember the reasoning exactly, but it was something to do with a lot of random parts coming together into something that’s nice, and also the evolution of music/deserts over human history as people experiment and put things together in new ways? 

Gender: a person who likes dresses, heels and makeup (genderqueer i guess? just sort of whatever)

Hogwarts House: Hufflepride!

Pokemon team: Mystic

Favorite color: green and purple

Average of hours of sleep: left to my own devices, 8 hours and 15 minutes. i’ve checked.

How many blankets do you sleep with: 2-4

Dream job: designing exhibits for a mid-sized art museum

Followers: 122 (on this blog)

I’m tagging @eugenideswalksintoabar, @icanstealanything @reptilisss and offering it to anyone who wants to? especially mutuals and DA peeps!

Two years ago, in the middle of the night, a fire broke out in a commercial building on the northern edge of the city of Dallas. It destroyed a small yogurt company called Three Happy Cows.

Two months later, Edgar Diaz, the founder of Three Happy Cows, confessed that he’d set the fire. Yet people who knew Diaz, and had worked with him, could not believe it.

They said Edgar Diaz loved Three Happy Cows. He’d built that factory himself. So why did he burn it down?

A Crime Of Passion: When The Love Of Yogurt Burned Too Bright

Illustration credit: Adolfo Valle for NPR

At Chobani, Now It’s Not Just the Yogurt That’s Rich
The company surprised its 2,000 full-time workers with shares in the company that could make some of them millionaires.
By Stephanie Strom

The 2,000 full-time employees of the yogurt company Chobani were handed quite the surprise on Tuesday: an ownership stake that could make some of them millionaires.

Hamdi Ulukaya, the Turkish immigrant who founded Chobani in 2005, told workers at the company’s plant here in upstate New York that he would be giving them shares worth up to 10 percent of the company when it goes public or is sold.

The goal, he said, is to pass along the wealth they have helped build in the decade since the company started. Chobani is now widely considered to be worth several billion dollars.

“I’ve built something I never thought would be such a success, but I cannot think of Chobani being built without all these people,” Mr. Ulukaya said in an interview in his Manhattan office that was granted on the condition that no details of the program would be disclosed before the announcement.

“Now they’ll be working to build the company even more and building their future at the same time,” he said.

Looks like the free market wins again.