Economic 10 articles

Nestlé Spells Trouble

When it comes to corporate survival, marketing and sales are key to a successful brand. In a word-association game, many people would say cat after hearing the word dog, cold after hot, and chocolate after Nestlé. There used to be a television commercial jingle that spelled the name, said it, and followed with a claim […]

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Is The Trade War With China Winnable?

True to his campaign promise, President Donald Trump has forged new international business agreements that will finally give domestic employers financial incentives to open factories and create jobs in America. The United States’ financial relationship with China is fairly recent. In fact, not everyone cheered the opening of diplomatic and trade relationships with China by […]

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Scandal plagued Facebook wants banks to hand over your financial records

One would think Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg would be keenly aware of the Hebrew term “CHUTZPAH.” The word has several different meanings; however the most common is “shameless, impudent” and “arrogant.” You Might Like Which pretty much describes the social media honcho’s latest scheme in attempting to once again fleece the billions of individuals around […]

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Debt riddled Chicago offering deadbeats “free money”

As Chicago slowly slides closer into bankruptcy Mayor Rahm Emanuel and progressive legislators have apparently decided to speed things up, proposing to “give away” $500 dollars a month to 1,000 families, “no questions asked!” The “Windy City” may soon become the largest municipality in the U.S. to test this “re-branded welfare program” dubbed (for the […]

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