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September 2018

The spending power of Americans with disabilities

Americans with disabilities are often overlooked for their purchasing power. According to a 2010 report from the U.S. Census Bureau, one in five Americans have a disability. That number equates

5 prison-related business story ideas

A large-scale prison strike spanning at least 17 states took place from August 21st to September 9th of this year. Inmates refused to work, and some went on hunger strike,

The #MeToo movement and everyday industries, Part 2

This is a continuation of last week’s post.  Retail Workers Compared to other industries, the Center for American Progress found that retail workers filed 13.44 percent of sexual harassment charges

Helping readers understand fiduciaries

Financial advisors who act in your best interest seems like a no-brainer, right? But there is an ongoing debate on how to regulate the financial service industry. In 2015, President Barack

Covering election hacking on the business beat

Election hacking has remained in the headlines after a federal grand jury indicted 12 Russian intelligence officers on charges of hacking Democrats’ emails and computer networks using spear-phishing attacks and

What to cover in the beverage industry

People are drinking less soda and choosing less sugary alternatives. This new shift in American consumption has caused some headaches for big soda companies. Soda sales slipped for the twelfth

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