Posts tagged with: Business News

Facebook, Google, and Amazon Will Testify on Antitrust

Antitrust laws are a collection of federal and state regulations that dictate the conduct and organization of business corporations to promote competition for the benefit of consumers. They prohibit price-fixing practices that unreasonably restrain trade and restrict mergers and acquisitions... Read More

Mr. Mardi Gras Has Passed Away

We at Seiler Tucker are based in New Orleans. If you know anything about New Orleans, it’s probably related to the epic parades that go on every year at Mardi Gras. Last week the city of New Orleans received tragic... Read More

Trillions Spent During COVID-19, Who Pays Back the American Debt?

U.S. Congress has approved more than $2 trillion to be committed to COVID-19 relief and the resulting financial fallout from the pandemic. Billions of dollars were used to bail out industries, rescue small businesses, and boost unemployment assistance.... Read More

Reopening Disney World & The Future of Theme Parks

Because of the coronavirus outbreak, both Disney World and Disneyland were forced to close down for several months. The risks that these kinds of places pose- in terms of contagion spread- were just too large to ignore. But finally, both... Read More

Juneteenth Holiday

In 1863, during the American Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation, which declared more than three million slaves living in the Confederates states to be free. However, it was not until Union soldiers arrived in Galveston, Texas,... Read More

Future of Sports After COVID-19

Every athlete dreams of the moment when the game is on the line, the focus is singular, the tension is building, and the fans are going crazy. As businesses and services are beginning to reopen in the wake of the... Read More

Companies Rebranding Due to Racial Divide

Over the past few weeks, nationwide protests have occurred over the death of George Floyd and have brought attention to racial injustice and police brutality across the United States. Thousands of people have shown up at these events to show... Read More

Beaches are Closing for July 4th

In the United States, we have been seeing an upsurge in coronavirus cases and it is making many leaders in the local government very nervous. Rightly so! The US’ reopening plan has not been as successful as many people hoped.... Read More

Summer Camp Or Not: The COVID-19 Dilemma

With the outbreak of the coronavirus and summer approaching rapidly, parents are asking, “Should I send my child to summer camp?” Parents were already leery about sending their children out into the world without them, and this outbreak certainly hasn’t... Read More

Should Athletes Take a Knee?

For the longest time, kneeling has been a sign of reverence, submissiveness, deference, and sometimes mourning and vulnerability. Research into emotion and nonverbal communication suggests that nothing is threatening about kneeling. Instead, kneeling is mostly deployed as a sign of... Read More
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