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Tuesday, February 19, 2019

The World Needs World Trade Centers: Q&A with the Expert Andrew Gelfuso

International trade continues to be a major topic of discussion for professionals, politicians, and citizens across the globe. The global economy is increasingly interconnected, and enables the improvement of our everyday lives – from the clothes we wear, the food we eat, the...

Ford Motors Buys Electric Scooter Company in Hopes of Building Mobility Portfolio

By Marie Fearnley According to USA Today, traditional automakers have been increasing their investments in alternative modes of transportation. Last week, Ford Motor Company announced to the public that it would be purchasing an electric-scooter startup, Spin, for...

Juul: The Past Year and The Future

By Bob Smith Juul has become an extremely well-known trend recently especially among young adults. Concerns have been raised about the negative effects of smoking a Juul as it contains high levels of nicotine that have...

AB InBev slashes dividends as shares fall

As of a few weeks ago Anheauser-Bush InBev SA slashed its dividend which halves its debt payment to shareholders, saving the company $4 billion. The company is struggling in several markets because of declining beer consumption....

Red Sox Manager Alex Cora Extends Victory Tour to Return Pride to Puerto Rico

By Allegra Maloney November 3, 2018—Thousands of Puerto Rican citizens welcomed home their own Alex Cora, manager of the Red Sox, and with him the World Series championship trophy in the heart of his hometown, Cuagas, Puerto Rico; the city...

Is There an American Media Monopoly?

By Robyn Ukegawa Media distribution and topics are widely argued against and discussed among American culture today. Media outlets exist and appear as any medium that controls the distribution of information. Mass media has never...

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...

The Wells Fargo Scandal Continues

By Shawn Golson Wells Fargo was fined over $185 million by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), the LA City Attorney, and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) back in September. Bank employees...

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