Posts tagged with: Business News

Excited is Rising for the new Apple Car

In four to five years most vehicles on the road may look drastically different. Since iPhone sales have been leveling off in recent years, Apple has come to terms that they need to emerge into a new industry or capitalize... Read More

Will the Wall Really Keep Immigrants Out?

During his presidential campaign, Donald Trump pledged to build a wall on the border between the U.S and Mexico that would stop illegal immigration and block the entry of drugs. The wall is meant to be over 1,000 miles long,... Read More

Unemployment is the Worst Since the Great Depression

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, more than 40 million Americans have applied for unemployment benefits. The unemployment rate for May 2020 got to 13.3%, down from April’s historic 14.7% unemployment rate. Although the rate went down, the unemployment... Read More

The Future of Parking Lots and Garages

The fate of parking facilities and parking lots has been changing slowly over the last decade or so, but with the coming of the coronavirus, change is happening much more quickly than expected. Many employees have been-and will continue to... Read More

The Upcoming Election and What to Expect

While America is currently dealing with a resurgence of the COVID-19 virus with states reopening. In a few months, the 2020 presidential election will be upon us. The U.S. is not only dealing with the virus, but also with a... Read More

The Future of Schools Adapting to COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic is showing us how we can all stay connected and establish a new “normal” with technology. Much like it did for working from home, COVID-19 is showing us what is possible in remote education. Even before the... Read More

As Businesses Reopen, Coronavirus Cases Surge

Over the course of the past month, the United States has spread its wings once again to allow its citizens out of quarantine. The government has allowed businesses to start on the path to fully reopen and has pulled back... Read More

LGBT Workers Are Protected in Job Environment

The Supreme Court delivered a big win to the LGBT community, ruling that an employer who fires employees for being gay or transgender violates Title VII of the CIVIL Rights Act. Title VII already protected people from employer sex discrimination,... Read More

All Crises are Opportunities

JFK said that the Chinese characters that form “crisis” consist of two parts. The first represents danger, and the second represents opportunity. While this is not technically correct, the formula “danger + opportunity = crisis” is undoubtedly powerful. There’s no... Read More

The Future of Concerts

As COVID-19 lockdowns slowly begin lifting around the world, life outside the home has hopes of resuming, although still far from ‘normal.’ After several concerts were shut down across the globe, the musical world is tentatively preparing to come offline... Read More