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Why Are There Still So Few Black CEOs?

By: Grace Tonrey Article By: Te-Ping Chen Article From: The Wall Street Journal “Out of the chief executives running America’s top 500 companies, just 1%, or four, are Black.” According to Te-Ping Chen’s article titled ” Why Are There Still So Few Black CEOs?”, “Among all U.S. companies with 100 ...

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Grocery Stores Change Strategy to Keep Items In Stock

By: Noah Shulman https://www.wsj.com/articles/grocers-stockpile-build-pandemic-pallets-ahead-of-winter-11601199000 Grocers Stockpile, Build ‘Pandemic Pallets’ Ahead of Winter September 27th, 20202 To understand the current situation of grocery stores deciding to stockpile goods we have to go back to some background information about the situation. We all remember back in early March when we went to the ...

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How Renewable Energy can Drive Post-COVID Recovery

Almost everyone has memories from the beginnings of COVID-19 of cleaner skies and water. This was a prime example of how implicating restrictions can lead to positive change in a very short period of time. Now as COVID is coming to an end, policy to recover national economies is coming ...

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Microsoft to Buy Bethesda for $7.5 Billion: The Future of Xbox?

On Monday, September 21st, 2020 it was announced that the Microsoft Corporation will be acquiring ZeniMax Media and it’s game development studios for $7.5 billion. This is the second largest video game acquisition in history, the largest in the United States, and easily the largest Microsoft has ever made. The ...

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The Impact of the US Coin Shortage on Globalization

The current coin shortage has impacted more than just laundromats and vending machines. For the last several months, small businesses have been struggling to stay open during the COVID-19 pandemic. This is partly due to the temporary closure of US Mint facilities. However, the reason for this coin shortage is ...

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The Friedman Doctrine Hits Its “Golden” Anniversary: How Does it Look 50 Years Later?

            September 13, 2020 was the 50th anniversary of the Milton Friedman publishing his essay, “The Social Responsibility of Business is to Increase Its Profits,” in the New York Times Magazine.  This consequential essay would give birth to something known as the Friedman Doctrine, an economic idea that would serve ...

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The AstraZeneca Coronavirus Vaccine

Evan Steinberg, September 18, 2020 Coronavirus is an issue that has been affecting the world for months. Almost since the start of the pandemic, various companies have been trying to develop a vaccine to stop the spread of the virus. One such company is AstraZeneca. AstraZeneca is a British Pharmaceutical ...

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American woman at German resort allegedly spread COVID-19 to at least 59 people

A 26 year old american woman who works at a U.S. Department of Defense owned resort, “Edelweiss Lodge and Resort” has been implicated in a case of covid spreading. After a trip to Greece, she returned with a sore throat and decided to get a Covid test. Before receiving results, ...

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Volkswagen’s Ethical Renovations

By Verena Manolis 9/18/2020 Volkswagen is the largest and one of the most well-know carmakers in the world. But back in 2017, the car company pled guilty for “conspiring to defraud the U.S. government and violate the Clean Air Act.” When testing its diesel-powered cars, the company rigged them so ...

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