The sports card market is scorching hot as of late, and there is no end in sight. Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the industry has catapulted forward, shattering previous sales records and growing a loyal consumer base. In the following article, investing columnist Robert Liu explores the world of sports cards and investigates the factors that have caused this industry to boom.
The pandemic has inevitably brought upon some unfortunate situations. In an effort to curb this and assist millions of Americans, stimulus payments were given out. To help those that may be unsure with what to do with this extra cash, I developed a process to help readers narrow down their options.
$69m painting? $2.9m tweet? Read this article to learn more about the NFT craze and where it’s going!
Xenophobia and racism have been endemic throughout American history, but the COVID-19 pandemic highlighted how it affects the Asian American community in the United States. From suffering Asian-owned businesses to high rates of unemployment to lacking government programs, learn more about how the Asian American community is battling both discrimination and the pandemic.
From CVS to Vons, most pharmacies or grocery stores will have a section dedicated to miscellaneous vitamins, some of which you didn’t even know existed. Although maintaining proper vitamin and mineral levels is an essential part of a healthy lifestyle, this article will take a look at whether expensive over-the-counter supplements are worth their price and if you should continue to buy.
The film Nomadland reveals very real problems concerning how policymakers and corporations exploit seasonal workers, specifically elderly gig economy employees. Although temporary employment may be attractive for companies such as Amazon, policy that targets a reduction in elderly poverty would help prevent aging Americans from converting to a tumultuous nomadic lifestyle, where they face low salaries and poor treatment.
This article explores how Paycheck Protection Loans aided small businesses during COVID-19 and the role that they will play as the economy recovers.
On October 2, 2020 India and South Africa proposed a temporary waiver on coronavirus vaccine patent rights in a meeting of the World Trade Organization. With over 100 co-signatories (mostly developing countries), the so-called “TRIPS Vaccine Waiver” has raised questions about intellectual property and access ethics during a pandemic.