economy

Economy and the area of production, distribution, trade, and consumption of goods and services.

  • Alison Tennent aka The Garrulous Glaswegian
    Published 5 days ago
    What Is The Cashless Con?

    What Is The Cashless Con?

    What is the Cashless Con? The Cashless Con is being promoted in Australia and several other countries as supporting public hygiene, safety measures and technological progress. But actually, it’s a means for governmental control of people in lower socio-economic classes. While governments worldwide seem content to allow billionaires to pay little or no tax and reap astonishing benefits from predatory practices, they also seem determined to punish poor people for being poor. The prospect of ever-tightening reigns on any minuscule amounts of cash that struggling people may have access to and a push to monitor and scrutinise each and every cent being spent or saved by the poor is imminent. Under the false guise of health restrictions and tech progress, the Haves harming the Have-Nots while pretending to care about them has never been easier.
  • HowToFind .com
    Published 6 days ago
    Markets In Times Of New Normality: The Keys To 2021

    Markets In Times Of New Normality: The Keys To 2021

    The world economy has changed a lot this past year. Since the Coronavirus spread from China to the rest of the world at the end of 2019, the health crisis that has hit the countries of the world has not been able to leave the financial markets indifferent.
  • Nikhil Suresh
    Published 7 days ago
    Buying now might make more sense

    Buying now might make more sense

    The pandemic has had a roller coaster of effects across sectors. Industries like tourism, hospitality, recreation have been critically wounded. Other sectors like e-commerce, safety products, and digital media have identified various silver linings of the crisis at hand. Real estate in Bangalore is also seeing a mixed bag of effects. Overall, the global economy has been considerably affected and we are attempt crawling back to a new normal.
  • Lana Ridlon
    Published 9 days ago
    Why Vocal media is the best platform for writers.

    Why Vocal media is the best platform for writers.

    I have been writing for a long on vocal and medium and finds that vocal is great for beginners and Indians especially. Earning money online is a lot easier than you think but wait it needs some talent and patience.
  • Sanjiv Roy
    Published 9 days ago
    RETAIL BUSINESS OWNERS ARE MOVING TO NEW URBAN LOCALITIES LIKE NEW TOWN

    RETAIL BUSINESS OWNERS ARE MOVING TO NEW URBAN LOCALITIES LIKE NEW TOWN

    As Kolkata expands and embraces a modern layout to shake off its colonial legacy, commercial districts such as Dalhousie and Esplanade seem to lose their old-world charm. The central business hub of the city gradually moves from the heritage surroundings to a well-planned zone located in New Town, Kolkata – along the eastern fringes. Retail business owners have shown the preference to set up retail showrooms in New Town as it is fast emerging as the new business district of Kolkata with robust infrastructural support.
  • Tree Langdon
    Published 13 days ago
    A New Kind of Corporation. A New Way of Measuring Value.

    A New Kind of Corporation. A New Way of Measuring Value.

    “This is the moment when we must come together to save this planet. Let us resolve that we will not leave our children a world where the oceans rise and famine spreads and terrible storms devastate our lands.” Barack Obama
  • Jackie Barrows
    Published 27 days ago
    Support A Cause

    Support A Cause

    Normally, when someone things of the phrase, "supporting a cause", the first thing that comes to mind is charity or a political campaign that is endorsed by large companies and what not. That person may also think of homegrown entities that focus in on helping their local community specifically, instead of something larger scale. However, what few people seem to think of is helping small businesses in general (who may or may not have any sort of charity or political cause behind their business) by simply purchasing products or services from them. For the most part, such entities are largely ignored in favor of going towards bigger markets such as major grocery stores, big conglomerate businesses, and major publishing entities, and given the hard work they go through on the daily to build up interest in their business, the small business entity needs and deserves greater attention.
  • Culture Slate
    Published about a month ago
    Galaxy’s Edge is being Hit The Hardest By Disneyland Layoffs.

    Galaxy’s Edge is being Hit The Hardest By Disneyland Layoffs.

    It seemed like earlier this month Disney had laid off about 28,000 people across their Parks, Experiences and Products division. Actors and performers were mostly taking a big hit on this impact as live shows are still closed, and tons of other people were laid off this past couple of weeks. But the one that made a huge impact and had been hit quite hard due to the layoffs is Planet Batuu.
  • George Gkoutzouvalos
    Published about a month ago
    Is Google a monopoly?

    Is Google a monopoly?

    Perhaps the biggest supporters of the view that Google is a monopoly, and therefore, immediate action should be taken in the form of laws and regulations to restrict its huge market power, are companies that were affected negatively by its algorithm changes and, as a result, they have dropped way down (they have become literally “invisible”) in Google’s search results for specific search terms.
  • Shubhangi
    Published 2 months ago
    4 reasons to why investing in real estate is the best idea in current pandemic situation

    4 reasons to why investing in real estate is the best idea in current pandemic situation

    Read this blog till the end as we will bring you some key advantages of making an investment into the real estate markets.
  • William Carter
    Published 2 months ago
    Economic Toll of the Pandemic

    Economic Toll of the Pandemic

    Wage cuts, and delayed unemployment checks means misery for millions of people, because of the Pandemic. Employers use wage cuts to stay in business during the COVID-19 induced recession. This problem is unreported in the mainstream news, but is a reality for millions of Americans.
  • LABAN
    Published 2 months ago
    State of the real estate business during the pandemic

    State of the real estate business during the pandemic

    The last eight months have been a nightmare for investors and business people. The real estate business has also been majorly affected by the pandemic. Over the past years, investments in real estate have been thriving, but has changed since the virus outbreak. Nonetheless, this is not to say that no one is still buying properties depending on the sellers marketing skills. The real estate business has been affected in several ways, but the business owners find ways to navigate the crisis.