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Wanda’s actions are creating a financial crisis in the Marvel Cinematic-Universe.

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The new Disney+ series, WandaVision, is the latest Marvel content to arrive on the platform since its start in November of 2019. It is an exciting sitcom featuring Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision (Paul Bettany) with a whole cast of characters. On the outskirts of the sitcom land, West View, is the conglomerate of organizations lead by S.W.O.R.D. officers; Captain Monica Rambeau (Teyonah Parris), Director Tyler Hayward (Josh Stamberg) and F.B.I. Agent Jimmy Woo (Randall Park). The show goes into detail on how Wanda Maximoff was shown on…

What is the difference between a million and a billion?

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Our lives are filled with numbers but have you ever asked yourself; What do these numbers mean? Well if you haven’t asked yourself before, I definitely have, so let me present to you how scale can change many aspects of your life, and you can see what large differences numbers present to you on a daily basis.

A common scale that many might want to realize is the difference between a million and a billion as we hear about millionaires and billionaires on the daily. …

Advertisements of the 1930’s are not to far off from what we see today in the 2020's

Credit: Wellcome Library, London

The everchanging field of business is one that many people have yet to comprehend. As more and more businesses enter different industries change is immanent. However, if you look into the foundation of business principles, many aspects of business practices are still commonly used the same way they were a hundred years ago.

The shift into cleaner energy sources by the Biden Administration may be too soon for America.

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Electric vehicles (EV) have been a trend in recent years in part due to the advancements made by companies like Nissan, Chevrolet and especially Tesla. These brands have created vehicles that use electricity instead of gasoline and oil which helps reduce an individual’s carbon emissions as they travel. The innovation created has been a spectacle recently as these vehicles become more widespread as people are starting to care more for the environment. This being said as more people jump on the craze of clean energy and electric vehicles that leads companies and governments to do the same.

Amazon has been…

A statistical rundown of the likely political shift for future presidencies

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The President of the United States (POTUS) is a significant part of the American government and an important aspect of the American peoples’ representation. For this reason, many Americans vote every four years to elect a person they trust to lead the nation into the future. Following the recent election and the change in political power from Republican to Democrat in the presidential office, I thought it would be interesting to look into the past and predict what may happen in future offices regarding party affiliation.


Political parties are ever-shifting in ideologies and support of different topics so certain parties…

The new normal in communicating to your employer online.

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The business world changes year to year and if you are not with the times you will not be able to catch up. This being said the immediate change in interview style was not expected for many, but can be seen as the new normal so let’s help you conquer it.

Traditional interviews entailed employers meeting with potential hires for a certain position in which they would sit in an office across from each other and discuss how the potential hire might best fit for the company. This traditional path has…

An amazing story of an economist that helped get rid of discrimination within the workplace.

Source: Black Enterprise

Dr. Phyllis Ann Wallace was a woman who fought for the betterment of society and looked for equality for all people in our society. Wallace, born June 9, 1921, in Baltimore, Maryland, was an advocate for equality and rights of women and African Americans alike. For this reason, throughout her career, she worked day in and day out to show the impact that a Black woman can make in society. …

Independent filmmakers have a chance to hit the spotlight through streaming services.

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The world is changing day by day and with that means companies must develop with the times and follow how people are consuming products. Due to many major closings of movie theaters and entertainment complexes around the modern world from the pandemic and their high prices, the media landscape is moving digital.

We can see the shift to digital releases with Disney+ and HBO Max. Disney+ released Pixar’s Soul and a live action Mulan to their platform and garnered some major subscribers to their platform. HBO Max released Wonder Woman 1984 and had nominal success on the platform, but a…

Can the internet make Dogecoin the face of crypto?


The new trend for 2021 is investing, it seems. With the unexpected work of r/WallStreetBets in their ability to bring financial ruin to hedge-funds and short-sellers with massive gains to new investors through trading in GameStop (GME) and AMC Entertainment (AMC) stock, we should expect more surprising work by the internet age of investors.

The crypto-currency, Dogecoin, has been making moves in the media and social media sites such as TikTok and Twitter lately. This sudden surge of interest is from entrepreneur Elon Musk who tweeted out one word…

An interesting deep dive into many of America’s lasting recessions.

As sure as the spring will follow the winter, prosperity and economic growth will follow recession.

-Bo Bennett

Source : The U.S. National Archives

Amid our current recession that started February 2020, nearly a year ago, I would like to bring you all on a journey to discover America’s longest recessions and how they were solved. This way we will be able to learn ways on how we can solve our current predicament and have our economy prosper once more.

5. The Post Civil War Recession 1865–1867 (2 years 8 months)

After the American Civil War ended and the Confederacy had returned to the Union, the United…

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