January 26, 2019 8:51 am

Google’s reach on the world!

Google is everywhere

Today the world has become a smaller place. There is one word that you, whether you want or not, CANNOT ignore. That word is Google. Twenty years back, who would have thought that the entire world would be so fast, just because whatever information you want, is just a click away. It seems like Google […]

Learning From The Financial Crisis In 2013

How to face financial crisis

The Great Depression of the year 1929 was when US economy was totally at its lowest point. The banks were shut down. People lost their lifelong investments. Businesses suffered due to the stock market crash. Instability and financial conditions became bad to worse. The majority of the population lost their jobs due to bankruptcy, and […]

The Rise of Ecotourism

Rise of ecotourism

Ecotourism has been on the rise since the 1980s, but only now is it beginning to grab the headlines. For those of you who’re wondering, ecotourism is “responsible travel to natural areas that conserves the environment and improves the well-being of the local people in the area,” according to the International Ecotourism Society. Basically, your […]

Shrinking Paper Industry - No Demand

Reducing paper industry

As each year goes by, the hurdles that the paper industry has to endure just seems to be increasing. The only silver lining is that the consistency in the pricing of paper has aided in the recent stability of the industry. 2014 may bring about the biggest complexity yet with the United States Postal Service […]

Gas Prices: Always On The Run?

Gas Price

Gas, derived from the world’s leading fuel - crude oil, has always cut chunks of cash from the pockets. Its current rates worldwide have been through a journey of ups and downs. The fluctuation of gasoline price is strongly affected by its supply, demand, inflation and taxes. In 1960, the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries […]

Could Another Great Depression Happen Now?

The Great Depression

The US economy is in a whole lot of debt, and it is a commonly known fact that often comes up in many a debate. Very recently, the US Treasury Department has come forward to state that if the US government does not raise the federal borrowing limit, which will lead the US defaulting on […]

7 Gaming Apps Being Used by Banks

Banking apps are generally fairly generic with no huge point of differences. You log in using a bank branded login page, to a generic board showing account summaries with the bank logo in the corner, and that’s usually it - but things are changing. Banks and other financial institutions are starting to use gamification techniques […]

Economics of Drug Abuse [Video Infographic]

October 23-31 is National Red Ribbon Week, an initiative by the National Family Partnership to raise awareness of the impact of drugs on our communities. Many of us know drug abuse causes problems in families across the nation but it also has an alarming impact on the economy overall. While only 8.7% of America’s population are current […]

The Success of Startups

Startups

It looks extremely simple and easy from the outside when you see someone with the latest technological innovations and venture capital funding, becoming a billionaire in his 20s. The evidence points to the contrary. It actually suggests that venture backed startups that fail are far higher than what the industry usually shows. According to research […]

Twitter’s IPO - Today and Tomorrow

Everyone must be well acquainted with Twitter, dubbed “the SMS of the Internet” and a member of the top ten most visited or preferred websites. This online social networking and micro blogging service facilitate one or more individuals to send text messages, commonly known as “tweets” between them. Jack Dorsey, when laying the maiden stone […]

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