What happened in Uvalde, Texas and, unfortunately, many other places this month, year, decade and entire history of this country, is continuously devastating. How can we ever hope to address this issue with so much divide on something that seems so obvious? Let’s try to look at the problem from an Economist’s perspectives.
by Brandon Reiter The other day I was scrolling through my Instagram feed and noticed a post from a “investor-influencer” account. It read, “Hustling my way up the corporate ladder made me my first $100K, working in tech was my first $1M, building a real estate portfolio made me my first $10M, investing in crypto…
The first Skyview Book of The Month is the 2016 memoir, Shoe Dog, by Nike founder, Phil Knight.
According to a leaked initial draft, The Supreme Court voted to strike down the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision. Although it is not a final ruling, if the current opinions of the justices do not change, the majority of the court will confirm the reversal. The reversal would result in a monumental set back to both women’s rights and the nation’s economy.
Many key trends are signifying, what is becoming known as, The Freelance Revolution. Although COVID-19 has definitely accelerated the shift to more freelance work and opportunities, it was only a matter of time before the global workforce started to head in this direction.
World No. 1 Tennis Player, Ash Barty, Retires At 25: Offering a Valuable Lesson on Career & Happiness
World No. 1 Tennis Player, Ashleigh Barty, Retires At 25. Her early retirement offers everyone an important lesson when it comes to your career and happiness.
Spring ahead, but no more falling back? Changing clocks twice a year could soon be a thing of the past. How will this impact the economy?
As a small business owner, rapid inflation can be detrimental, but there are some ways to combat some of its negative side effects
If you are a small business owner it is important to understand the difference between an agent, and an independent contractor, as there are tremendous legal differences, in terms of liability, between the two relationships.
Salary caps go directly against the American idea of free trade, market value, and basic anti-trust laws.