Wall Street Vet Announces Plan to Open First Crypto Bank in Wyoming

Wall Street veteran Caitlin Long has announced plans to open a new bank dedicated to cryptocurrencies in the U.S. state of Wyoming. In a series of tweets on Monday, Long said that the bank, named Avanti, is currently “preparing [for a] long process of charter application & [aims] to open early 2021.” ...Read More

Avoiding the Student Loan Trap

You should be aware of the student loan debt trap. It’s a major problem affecting millions of Americans. Student loan debt now amounts to $1.6 trillion in total and is now bigger than credit card debt. It’s important that you avoid this kind of debt. Here are some ideas that you can ...Read More

Norway Wealth Fund Could Cut Off Four Companies For Carbon Emissions

At least four companies could be put on probation or be totally excluded from Norway’s $1 trillion wealth fund due to their carbon emmissions, according to the head of the organization’s ethics wing. The wealth fund’s Council on Ethics has deemed the four companies, which are yet to be named, as “worst ...Read More

Top Post-Pandemic Business Ideas?

The spread of the coronavirus has been swift and it’s taking its toll. The heaviest hit countries are reeling from the number of affected people and the deaths. Other countries are doing their best to prevent the virus from spreading among their population. The pandemic is taking its toll on the world ...Read More

Stocks That Are Predicted To Rise Amid Market Drop

The coronavirus outbreak has caused stocks to take a massive tumble in the markets last week, but shares of select companies could still climb up amid the selloff. Here are some stocks that are defying expectations in the market amid the panic over the coronavirus. Pharmaceutical and healthcare companies Johnson & Johnson ...Read More

Amazon’s Contract Cancellations Lead to Dismissal of Thousands of Drivers

Around 3,200 delivery drivers are expected to be laid off when Amazon cancels its contracts with some logistics companies in the next few months. According to Buzzfeed News, Amazon has already told at least eight delivery companies about its plans to terminate its contract with them. The logistics providers have informed workforce ...Read More

Will Global Travel Be the Same After the Pandemic?

Slowly but inevitably, countries around the world have started to impose restrictions on local and international travel. Bans and border restrictions have been put in place to help prevent the spread of the disease.  Some questioned the wisdom of the decisions, saying that restrictions will only hamper the global effort to fight ...Read More

Coronavirus Vs. Coworking Spaces

The coronavirus having an effect on economies and businesses all over the world. What’s worrying is that things are just getting started. We have not seen the worst of it. Almost all industries will be impacted negatively by the pandemic, some more than others.  It seems that the coworking space industry is ...Read More

Insuring Against the Coronavirus

The pandemic caused by the coronavirus is ravaging the world economy. Unfortunately, with cases rising in Europe and the United States, the worst is yet to come. Supply chains are being disrupted, orders are being delayed or cancelled, and employees are working remotely. Various industries are hard-hit right now but small businesses ...Read More

Corona Beer Reports $170M Loss Following Coronavirus Pandemic

DES PLAINES, IL – MAY 09: A woman shops for wine in the wine aisle near a six-pack of Corona Extra beer in a grocery store May 9, 2006 in Des Plaines, Illinois. With new flavors and packaging, beer sales, reportedly, may be on the rise as it competes against wine, not ...Read More