Last night, President-Elect Joe Biden outlined his strategy to overcome the COVID-19 pandemic. While his plan is ambitious, it does mean big spending for the U.S. government. His relief plan will cost $1.9 trillion dollars, which does sounds like a massive amount of money, but
Ask yourself this: How often do you rely on Google? Between Docs, Gmail, and Search, busy entrepreneurs regularly rely on the Google ecosystem. But a wide range of antitrust lawsuits threatens to change the way we work and, more importantly, the way we access information.
Are you a frequent user of the mobile app “Venmo?” Have you ever heard of it? Well, it’s a cool banking app that is mostly used to transfer your funds to people’s bank accounts automatically. It makes it easier when you’re going halfsies on dinner.
President Elect Joe Biden has faced tons of questions regarding his economic plan during his upcoming four years as the President of the United States. From the pandemic emergency funds to who is going to pay more taxes than another, people have pressed the President-Elect
Slutty Vegan, an Atlanta based vegan burger shop, is defying restaurant odds during these tumultuous times and thriving more than ever. Pinky Cole, founder and CEO of Slutty Vegan ATL, had her concerns, as did many other restaurant owners, at the beginning of the pandemic.
Raising capital for your startup is not easy. It is even more difficult if you are a woman, particularly a woman of color. However, Black women have recently begun to turn that around. According to CNN Business, Black women are the fastest growing group of
Before the pandemic, people were increasingly becoming frustrated with their living situations. Paying for a tiny room in an apartment with multiple roommates causes desire for more space. When the pandemic hit, it is not a surprise to find out those frustrations heightened further. Sharing
In 2020, we experienced a lot of downfall as a country. From the pandemic to the horrible economy to gig workers not getting the pay or coverage they deserve, 2020 was the year of disaster. But one of the upsides to last year was the
All throughout 2020, it felt like we were waiting for something big. It turns out, that was because 5G came out last year along with a bunch of other things that made 5G look like an infant’s toy. Throughout all of last year, 5G was
In 1988 he made the cover of Time Magazine. In 1989 the movie “Lean on Me” was loosely based on his unconventional methods as a principal at Eastside High School, Paterson, New Jersey. Joe Louis Clark was truly an original; an educator who was not
2020 brought a lot of heartache and struggle to the American citizens during the pandemic. If it was hard for some before last March, it was definitely harder after. But in San Antonio, Texas, a local food bank run by Eric Cooper did everything in
If you live in New York, you might have seen the “same ole dudes” standing in line for big events. From Broadway shows to getting the newest iPhone, there are people who get paid to wait in line for others. And you can be one
Ever heard of a SPAC? That’s the new trend floating around Wall Street. It stands for special purpose acquisition company and everyone from former Speaker of the House Paul Ryan to Shaq to the youngest self-made billionaire, Austin Russell, is getting involved with these. So
Sephora has ran stores within JCPenney since 2006. However, there has been animosity between the two brands for a while now. When JCPenney filed for bankruptcy in May 2020, Sephora attempted to pack their bags and leave the department store. After JCP sued, the two
In a refreshing change of pace, Burger Kings across France and the United Kingdom have started a new campaign to urge consumers to order takeout. However, not from their company. As the pandemic drones on, Burger King advocates people order from independent restaurants instead of
Are you familiar with Slack, the instant message app that is supposed to allow you to combine chats with emails into one? With most of the business world shifting to remote work during the pandemic, apps like Slack, Google Hangouts, Microsoft Teams, and Flock make
LinkedIn is looking for more ways to help us all in our job-search crisis as the pandemic continues on. Over the many years, they have done everything in their power to improve the job-search engine and give its customers everything they need to find careers.
One of the fastest growing social platforms that we have today is TikTok. Since day one of this year, everyone has been loving the app’s short video features. TikTok has started and ended most pop culture trends of 2020, and like all other apps, they
Since the beginning of the pandemic, California—like all the other states—has fought to keep people safe and protected from the virus. They introduced a stay-at-home order in March that gave everyone a curfew and strict limitations to how and when they could go out. Basically,
Google. We all know this large tech company that, over the years, has completely implemented itself into our daily lives. From using their search engine to using their products, Google is one of the most popular large corporations in the world—no one can deny that.