Basic financial education is sorely lacking in our country, and most of us have at least a few things we wish we had learned much earlier in life. We took to Instagram to get a feel for what our readers wish they had learned too late in life. Here’s what they would have loved to …

The worst of the COVID crisis could be in the rearview mirror for the commercial real estate market, according to an industry insider. “I still think the worst is behind us and the commercial real estate market is getting stronger,” Marcus & Millichap’s John Chang said in a recent video. “But we’re not out of …

The CEO of the Matterhorn, MJ Cartwright. Matterhorn This article is one of a series on diversity, equity and inclusion efforts in the Washtenaw County tech sector. Support for this series is provided by Ann Arbor SPARK. “Justice for all” is a fundamental American concept that does not correspond to reality for many citizens, but …

LOS ANGELES – Conservation organizations urged Los Angeles City Council today to approve and implement the city’s first wildlife connectivity ordinance to protect endangered animals and crucial open spaces and reduce forest fire risks. In today’s letter, the Center for Biological Diversity, Sierra Club, and other conservation and community groups applauded city council and the …

The population of the greater Richmond area is 29% Black and 7% Latino, but when it comes to small business ownership, only 5% is black and 2% is Latino, according to the report. the study conducted between November and February. The study found that black and Latino-owned businesses in the region employ fewer people and …

Tamil Nadu’s Finance Minister Palanivel Thiaga Rajan on Monday said the state’s fiscal situation was “unsustainable” and accused the previous All India government Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam of mismanaging the economy, reported The Hindu. Publishing a white paper on the financial condition of the state, Thiaga Rajan said that Tamil Nadu’s income deficit situation since …

The New York Times reported that about 1,900 track teams in the United States, many at higher education institutions, still bear derogatory or racist Native American names. At a time when these institutions and their sports teams are being asked to reconsider their Indigenous mascot – or better yet, have decided to take it down …

Over the past year, many Americans have amassed money to prepare for the uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic. So much so that the personal savings rate of Americans has reached record levels. The US Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) reported that Americans’ savings rate reached 33% in April 2020, the highest ever recorded by the …

August 7, 2021 T12 YEARS after the birth of bitcoin, governments still struggle to deal with cryptocurrencies. Britain has banned Binance, a crypto exchange, and European Union regulators want transactions to be more traceable. On August 3, Gary Gensler, chairman of the US Securities and Exchange Commission, said the cryptocurrency markets were “rife with fraud, …

Conversations about Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DCI) are taking place across all sectors. Small organizations want to create and implement DCI initiatives to stay competitive, especially when it comes to hiring. Many candidates now ask questions during culture and diversity interviews. You must have an answer for them. If you have not yet launched a …