October 2019

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Million Dollar Nothing: The World’s Most Inflated Currencies

In the constantly fluctuating world of currencies, we tend to look at certain currencies that manage to stay stable despite tanking economies or civil unrest: the British Pound Sterling, the Euro, the Japanese Yen, the Swiss Frank, and of course, the U.S. dollar. However, some countries aren’t so lucky; in this article, we look at

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Work Environment

Creating a Collaborative Work Environment

You received an e-mail with an attachment. It says that you need to provide comments on the document and return it to the sender. You’re up to your neck with other work, but this is something that requires your attention, too. You spent two or three hours working on it. You send it back to

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Are Woke Advertising Methods Worth the Backlash?

Thanks to the digital age, businesses reaching out to their customers has never been easier. One of the earliest forms of advertising dates back to the Egyptian civilization, when papyrus was used to make sale messages and were limited to where these messages were placed and how many a business could make. Today, a small

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‘Neither Snow nor Rain’, or Why the USPS Delivers on a Saturday

Although it is one of the most hardworking departments of the government, the United States Postal Service, or USPS, the country’s mail service doesn’t get a lot of the praise it deserves, mostly because it does its job quietly, but efficiently. Many people ask, what are business days for shipping with USPS, and the answer

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How Can I Invest in SpaceX? There’s Only One Way

As an investor, one of the most common questions I get from my tech-forward and progressive investor friends is, ‘how do I invest in SpaceX stock?’ The short answer I give is: you can’t. Elon wants to keep SpaceX a private firm until it achieves its mission, end of story. However… The stock market system,

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