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In 2012, an article in The American Interest made waves heralding the “End of the University as We Know It”. In this article, the author predicted that half of the colleges and universities in the United...

Tesla, Your Next Car

Tesla Inc. (NASDAQ: TSLA) released their first car nearly 12 years ago, the Tesla Roadster. This was revolutionary technology for its time and had people around the globe flocking to their nearest Tesla dealership to witness...
“Failure is so important. We speak about success all the time. It is the ability to resist failure or use failure that often leads to greater success. I've met people who don't want to try for...
Today’s modern society requires an enormous amount of energy to function. In 2018, it was estimated that energy equivalent to 14,391,000,000 tonnes of oil was consumed. The world’s total energy is 85% sourced from oil, coal,...
After legalization in October of 2018, the once prohibited substance took the Canadian market by storm. In July 2019, StatsCan estimated that the Cannabis sector had contributed roughly $8.26 billion to the national GDP. However, recent...
In 2017, Disney announced its plans to pull its library from Netflix and move forward with its own streaming service. The company would invest billions into its digital TV platform in lieu of revenue from Netflix....
Being the former President of the United States has a degree of recognition and global acclaim associated with it that no other political posting in the world can reasonably claim to match. It was then an...
WeWork, a loss-making company, was valued at an incredible $47 billion ahead of their initial public offering, which backers had hoped would rise to $100 billion. In the weeks leading up to their IPO, the inevitable...
Immunotherapies offer incredible promise as anti-oncological agents. However, their incredibly high costs, which can be anywhere from thousands to millions of dollars, could prevent patients from obtaining the necessary care. Reforming dysfunctional laws and bureaucracy might...

The Sputnik Effect

In 1957, the Russians threw a two-foot diameter ball into outer-space and the world was forever changed. Sputnik was the first man-made object to conquer space and thus opened the potential for a virtually limitless...