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July 19, 2019 The Rise of Coffee ShamingSource: The Atlantic
Millennials make up less than a quarter of the overall U.S. population, but in 2016, they drank an estimated 44 percent of the nation’s coffee.
Source: The Hill
The reality is that media outlets are failing to cover, highlight and contextualize news about environmental crises, like climate change, in ways that support and build the capacity of readers to understand the issue and its...
Source: Fox News
When a massive blackout does hit – and it will – in literally one second, you can lose access to your money, food, gasoline, communication, medicine, medical attention, heat, air conditioning, and…security
Source: The Conversation UK
more than one-third of the world’s food produce goes to waste every single year. This adds up to a staggering 1.3 billion tonnes of food, more than seven million tonnes of which is produced in the UK.
Source: Coin Telegraph
The Chairman of the United States Federal Reserve has said that a globally adopted cryptocurrency system could conceivably remove the need for reserve currencies.
July 10, 2019 New Coke Didn’t Fail. It Was Murdered.Source: Mother Jones
For more than three decades, New Coke has been held up as the bad idea by which all other bad ideas are measured. Do a quick Google search for “the worst idea since New Coke” and you’ll find an encyclopedia of face-palms....
July 3, 2019 Why Fiat Is Struggling In The United StatesSource: YouTube
Fiat first left the United States in 1983 amid poor sales and a reputation for unreliability. The iconic Italian automaker returned in 2010 and nearly a decade later it's facing new issues as Fiat Chrysler Automobiles says it has...
July 3, 2019 I’ve been a ‘millennial therapist’ for more than 5 years—and this is their No. 1 complaintSource: CNBC
As a Gen X’er, I’ve heard all the millennial stereotypes — they’re lazy, entitled, self-centered, oversensitive and unprepared. But after studying and getting to know them, what I found was a rising generation of smart and highly...
July 2, 2019 Wealthy financial markets must start to pay their way to help the poor, and a global ‘Robin Hood’ tax is the way to do soSource: South China Morning Post
The world is crying out for a radical rethink on better ways to bolster global growth, redress income and wealth imbalances and improve the future for all mankind. The major industrial countries have enjoyed a disproportionate...
Source: YouTube/Fox News
Insight from White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow.
July 1, 2019 Opinion - Trump is laying groundwork for a new world order built around the US, China and RussiaSource: CNBC
Washington has begun a process with Russia and China during last week’s G-20 meeting in Osaka, Japan that could create a new world order.
The odds are overwhelming — above 80% — that bitcoin will crash in coming months. I base this bold prediction on a study, “Bubbles for Fama,” that appeared earlier this year in the Journal of Financial Economics
Home Depot co-founders Bernie Marcus and Ken Langone on the challenges they faced getting the retailer off the ground to become the success it is today and the potential pitfalls of socialism.
Warren Buffett, chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, captures the world's attention with simple wisdom that stretches far beyond wealth and investment.
As CEO of the California Milk Advisory Board (CMAB), I am gratified that our industry — producers and processors in concert with regulators and retailers — has taken a thoughtful response to the environmental challenges we all...
Climate change, loss of species and more severe natural disasters. These topics have all been at the forefront of the environmental crisis. As we learn more and more about how humans are impacting the climate, some people are...
Fashion has a sustainability problem. In 2015 the industry was responsible for the emission of 1,715 million tons of CO2. It’s about 5.4% of the 32.1 billion tons of global carbon emissions and just second after the Oil & Gas...
June 7, 2019 Who Will Survive the Trade War?Source: NY Times
America is entering a new era of tariffs. President Trump is in no hurry to resolve the trade dispute with China, he is adamant about imposing tariffs on Mexico, and farmers and companies are trying to figure how to withstand...
and Hendrik Garz of Sustainalytics, a provider of ESG research. Bauslaugh and Garz write that ESG is often confused with socially responsible investing (SRI) by institutional investors. They said the purpose of ESG factor...
Source: CBS News
en years ago, the economy was teetering. The government had seized Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, Bank of America had bought a distressed Merrill Lynch, and 158-year-old Lehman Brothers had failed. The Federal Reserve loaned...
Source: Tallahassee Democrat
We live in a time of information overload. Most of it is discouraging, sad or frightening —or all three. We learn that polar bears are starving, that carbon dioxide levels are at all-time highs, and that the sea levels are...
Source: The Conversation
Most Americans take clean drinking water for granted as a convenience of modern life. The United States has one of the world’s safest drinking water supplies, but new challenges constantly emerge
Source: You Tube Motley Fool
Investors have no doubt heard about the trade tensions between the U.S. and China. Both countries are locked in a power struggle as they impose new tariffs on goods imported into their countries. But determining exactly what a...
Source: Alpha Sense - Pamela Styles is principal of Next Level Investor Relations LLC
Investor Relations teams at small- and mid-cap companies have always struggled to get and maintain sell-side analyst research coverage. Then the EU’s MiFID II regulation came along, adding to the challenge for U.S. listed...
May 30, 2019 EPA's Fuzzy Math Not Helping Environment or EconomySource: Real Clear Politics
There’s nothing Washington loves better than a false dichotomy. Tax or cut. Spend or slash. Regulate or deregulate. Either you’re for the former or you’re for the latter. Well, that isn’t how life really works, and -- especially...
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