There was a great line from the movie, Network… “I’m mad as hell and I am not going to take this anymore.”
Sometimes life throws us curve balls, and we are forced to confront a financial emergency we aren't prepared for. What are your options?
History indicates the economy does not have to suffer enduring damage from a pandemic. The Spanish flu was followed by the roaring 20s, and the 1957 flu bore few lasting effects.
President Xi Jinping is out to undermine Western democracies and their economies, and impose the CCP’s values in a China-centric system of refurbished international institutions.
Most universities have lagged terribly at exploiting technology for instruction and been reluctant to outsource the standardized content such as in 101 courses.
Folks will be flying less but Zooming more. Planes at two-thirds capacity will require higher fares or airlines will take another trip through bankruptcy.
COVID-19 has left the U.S. and global economies in tough shape.
If Hong Kong is no longer free, then Washington should revoke its special privileges in trade and banking.
Everyone happily uses the home for family vacations and fun times for several years. What to do if one sibling wants to sell the property.