Economy

CULTURE

How Exactly Do You Charge Electric Cars?

Ever wonder how long it takes to charge an electric car? It all depends on consumer habits. We can assume the average driver fills up their car with gas at least once a week. But what if you didn’t have to go to the gas

CULTURE

The Pandemic Is Putting A “Lid” On Mason Jar Sales

Back in March, nobody knew where they could find their next roll of toilet paper. Then, there was the issue of getting disinfecting wipes and hand sanitizer. Of course, those essentials are expected to run low in a global pandemic. What was not expected, however,

CULTURE

What Do Advertisers Gain From Stealing Your Attention Online?

Attention economics is an approach to the management of information that treats human attention as a scarce commodity and applies economic theory to solve various information management problems. According to Matthew Crawford, “Attention is a resource and humans only have so much of it.” 1. What

FINANCE

Disney Just Laid Off 28,000 Workers. Now What?

Layoffs have been happening across the entire country. Major enterprises like Disney are finding out that not even they are immune to coronavirus. After furloughing a large percentage of their staff back in April, Disney announced on September 29 that there would be 28,000 company-wide

FINANCE

Did Trump Get Away With Tax Fraud?

This year has been one obstacle after another. From the start of the pandemic to killer hornets to the presidential election, the world around us has only proved to be more complicated and difficult than anything we have ever faced before. With the upcoming presidential

FINANCE

How Joe Biden And The Democrats Can Save You Cash

Most people think going it alone is the only thing that can help them financially in today’s chaotic and competitive (and now isolated) world. But that’s not the whole story at all. It would seem that there are many ways of earning if Joe Biden

FINANCE

U.S. Debt Is At An All-Time High Due To COVID-19

By 2021, America’s federal debt will surpass the amount of the entire U.S. economy. Furthermore, the U.S. government is on course to pass the deficit that they faced after World War II. What does this all mean for the US economy as a whole? Scott

DATING

Why Millennials Are Opting Out Of Marriage

Traditionally, the summer months mean making travel arrangements to attend the weddings of friends and family. However, for Millennials and subsequent generations, fewer and fewer dates may be blocked off their calendar. According to a study by the Pew Research Center, 25 percent of Millennials

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