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Sunday, January 20, 2019

Donald Trump Continues to Criticize Amazon

President Trump's latest Twitter attack on Amazon, one of the world's largest e-commerce companies, have caused their stock price to drop drastically. Instead of striking back like they have in the past, Amazon's recent...

Venezuela’s New Cryptocurrency

Recently, the Venezuelan government announced that it will create a cryptocurrency system, which it plans to call “the Petro”. The currency will be backed by Venezuelan oil reserves as well as other natural resources...

Players Bet Big on ETFs

Exchange-traded funds are the fast growing investment vehicles in the world currently. To financial institutions it’s a goldmine. There are increased trades, more money to be managed, and more advisors of work. There was...
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CVS Merger With Aetna Means Big Win For Insurance Cuts

By: Alexandra Heim The Justice Department has announced that the CVS Health chain has been approved of its $69 billion antitrust with health insurer Aetna. Once the deal has been closed it is estimated that...

Do Well to Do Good

By Meghan Farrington As millennials make their way into the workforce, becoming the largest segment of the U.S. labor market along the way, they are bringing a new business culture with them. These recent college graduates...

Bryant Alum & PILLARS founder talks success

Eric Bonin, a graduate of Bryant in 2008 and the founder of PILLARS, answers questions for The Archway about his journey to become a successful entrepreneur.   Q: Can you introduce the company for those who are not familiar  Bonin: Pillars Yogurt is a rapidly growing startup company based in...

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...

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...

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