Thursday, May 13, 2021
Focus on the big picture
Why Tiny Microchips Are Crippling The Global Auto Industry And Driving Up Prices
CNBC, 11 May 2021
While the automotive industry was ravaged early on in the pandemic thanks to lockdown measures and a dramatic decrease in travel, it more recently has begun facing a new problem: a shortage of microchips.
Will Florida Become The Next New York?
CNBC, 08 May 2021
In 2020, Florida became known as a safety haven for wealthy New Yorkers fleeing Covid.
Why Demand For Armed-Drones Is Surging
CNBC, 07 May 2021
Armed drones are growing in military importance as conflicts around the world have proven the utility of these effective tools of war.
How Geothermal Energy Could Power The Future
CNBC, 06 May 2021
Miles below the Earth’s surface, there’s enough thermal energy to power all of humanity for the foreseeable future.
Apple Created A Big Market For Dongles
CNBC, 01 May 2021
If you bought a computer or a phone in the last 5 years, you know what a dongle is.
What Did President Biden Do In His First 100 Days?
CNBC, 30 Apr 2021
President Joe Biden entered the White House in the midst of a deadly pandemic that had killed more than 400,000 Americans by Inauguration Day and left millions without jobs as a result of a steep economic downturn.
Can Small And Scrappy Mazda Survive Among Automotive Giants?
CNBC, 29 Apr 2021
Mazda is a small Japanese manufacturer that has gained a reputation for making cars for drivers.
The Rise Of Emirates
CNBC, 27 Apr 2021
Emirates, the long-haul carrier known for its luxury services, has set new standards for the way we travel.
Are Rich People Fleeing Places With High Taxes?
CNBC, 26 Apr 2021
To balance their budgets during the coronavirus pandemic, states including New Jersey and New York have raised taxes on the wealthy.
How Death Is Changing In The U.S.
CNBC, 24 Apr 2021
In the past decade, dying has become an increasingly expensive thing to do. More and more families are choosing cremation or simply scaling down on memorial services for their loved ones.
How Meme Stocks Beat Wall Street
CNBC, 23 Apr 2021
The late January GameStop frenzy forced Wall Street to pay attention to retail investors like never before.
Why Clean Air Is So Expensive In The U.S.
CNBC, 22 Apr 2021
Air pollution still remains one of the key environmental issues in the United States.
Why It’s So Hard To File And Pay Taxes In The U.S.
CNBC, 20 Apr 2021
The IRS estimates the average taxpayer spends 12 hours working on their taxes and pays an average of $230 to get their paperwork filed.
How Maserati Is Staging A Comeback
CNBC, 17 Apr 2021
Maserati is an Italian luxury and sports car brand that doesn’t have the recognition that big names like BMW, Mercedes, Porsche, or even Ferrari have.
How Georgia's Controversial Voting Laws Sparked Major Corporate Backlash
CNBC, 16 Apr 2021
Republican state legislators across the country began to formulate new voting laws in response to the tumultuous 2020 presidential election in State Houses across the country.
Why Starlink Is Crucial To SpaceX’s Success
CNBC, 15 Apr 2021
SpaceX’s broadband satellite internet, Starlink, is still in beta, but already has over 10,000 customers.
How Coupon Code Curators Like Honey And Slickdeals Make Millions
CNBC, 14 Apr 2021
Promo code sites have become big business, with digital coupons surpassing paper for the first time in 2020.
Leading Off-Road Maker Polaris's Risky Bet On Electric
CNBC, 13 Apr 2021
Polaris Inc. is a dominant player in the off-road vehicle market, selling top-of-the-line ATV's, snowmobiles, and utility vehicles, among others.
Will Robots Replace Human Financial Advisors?
CNBC, 11 Apr 2021
Robo-advisors have had a meteoric rise in popularity since their debut in 2008 thanks to the support from millennials and Gen Z.
How Tesla’s Battery Mastermind Is Tackling EVs Biggest Problem
CNBC, 10 Apr 2021
Lithium-ion batteries are everywhere — in phones, laptops, tablets, cameras and increasingly cars.