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5G: Industries who might benefit the most

As 5G continues to grow and become more widely available, it will benefit our lives beyond faster data speeds on our mobile devices. Comp...

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The Alphabet of Economic Recovery

As the pandemic-induced recession unfolded over the past few months, economists and correspondents have speculated on the economy’s recov...

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Retail Sales’ Ripple Effect

The US economy is driven largely by the consumer, with retail sales making up almost 20% of US GDP. These sales spur a ripple effect, as ...

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Stimulus Money in the COVID-19 World

Covid-19 caused our economy to grind to a halt almost overnight and since then, the U.S government has moved to provide trillions of doll...

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Supply Chains and AI in the COVID-19 World

Covid-19 has highlighted many shortfalls in supply chains around the world and this is no more apparent than in the empty shelves at your...

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Shanghai Disneyland’s Reopening a Model to Look At

The U.S. appears to be 6 to 8 weeks behind China in lifting restrictions based on when COVID-19 hit our shores. The reopening of Disney S...

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Reopening the Economy: What Must States Do?

The White House outlined three phases, which will be used by the states to reopen the economy.  The Governors of each state will carefull...

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The Math Behind Social Distancing

It is one of the most widely used terms in the midst of the COVID-19 outbreak: social distancing. But what are the numbers behind its ...

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The SECURE Act

A $1.4 trillion year-end spending bill was signed into law on December 20, 2019 in order to keep the government running. Tucked away i...

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The $3.7 Trillion Corporate Debt Question

Corporate debt, or money borrowed by corporations from investors in the form of bonds, has been increasing since the Great Recession. ...

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