Learn how to donate in the most cost-effective ways this holiday season. While all donations should be encouraged, there are many ways you can stretch your dollar. With some research, you can find charities that align with your goals and often create more impact than the large brand-name organizations.
MercadoLibre is commonly referred to as the ‘Amazon of Latin America.’ Both an online marketplace and a payments platform, the company operates in a region with tremendous potential, one that has yet to undergo a digital transformation of retail. In this article, Community columnist Aditi Somayajula explains why MercadoLibre is one to watch.
True crime is not a new phenomenon. In the 19th century, people would buy tickets to view public hangings, and in the 90s, more than 50 percent of the country sat down to watch the infamous trial of O.J. Simpson. Americans have an obsession with true crime, and this has greatly influenced the film and tourism industries.
Facebook is now Meta. Or is it? Does changing a company’s name still retain a company’s original goals and values? For Facebook, the change involves introducing the “metaverse,” a world completely based in virtual reality. Read on to find out potential implications of this new technology and how it may change our lives!
Although most Americans may not be too familiar with IATSE (the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, Moving Picture Technicians, Artists and Allied Crafts of the United States, Its Territories and Canada), the works its members do, from lighting in motion pictures to broadcasting sports events, is central to American culture. IATSE is a labor union consisting of multiple locals and divisions, representing tens of thousands of workers. The COVID-19 pandemic, which shut down nearly every Hollywood production, proved the necessity of worker negotiations and rights. Many craftspeople lost their jobs or were put in unsafe conditions. Now, as more and more members return to work, they’re fighting for better set environments than pre-pandemic.
Tapering – the end of quantitative easing – has finally arrived, bringing an epilogue to the era of cheap money. How will tapering impact the economy, and what does it mean for the common public? In this article, Financial Literacy columnist Bradley Tian examines the working and implications of the tapering process.
For decades, the American housing industry has remained relatively resistant to change. But amidst the current housing climate, proptech companies, tech startups in the real estate space, have begun to streamline different aspects of the industry. This article will present a case for proptech and its ability to reinvent real estate.