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Thursday, December 8, 2016

Semiconductor Warfare

Semiconductors are at the heart of everything. Billions of humans are carrying semiconductors in one form or another on them at all times, through the use of phones, laptops, and more. It has launched...

Is Your Portfolio Aligned for Clinton or Trump?

An unpredictable election provides uncertainty for stocks, which is never a good thing. The S&P 500 has recently broken a record for falling the highest number of consecutive days since the 1980s. At that...

MacBook vs Surface Book

Unless you have a casual $1,500-$3,000 to spare, I wouldn’t suggest reading this article. You might want to smash your Lenovo directly after so that you can get a shiny new laptop. The MacBook...

Pays to be Prepared!

I recently spoke with Chris Ratcliffe, a business professor at Bryant University, concerning the Management 200 service-based learning project and this semester’s Volunteer Internship Expo (VIE). This was the first year VIE was held...

Facebook’s Empire

By Syed Shah What started as a primarily college-centered social media website has grown into the dominant social media conglomerate. Facebook has acquired Instagram, WhatsApp, and Oculus totaling $24 billion in revenue while not selling any...

The Big Gets Bigger – AT&T to Merge with Time Warner Cable

By Charmaine Pequeno Earlier this week, AT&T announced its plans to merge with Time Warner Cable. AT&T is a multinational telecommunications conglomerate that already controls a diverse line of companies and products - from the mobile...

Deutsche Bank Caught in another Scandal

By Olivia Cuccaro Beginning in March of 2015, Deutsche Bank has undergone multiple investigations because of their questionable financial statements in regards to offshore accounts. The international bank has been caught transferring $10 billion offshore through...

Amazon is a Hiring Machine

Amazon has grown from a small tech company failing to establish any earnings to a retail giant and recently, a fierce cloud computing competitor leading the market share. Amazon had 17,000 employees in 2007...

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