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This October, in a landmark decision, the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) allowed college athletes to be paid for their own name and image through endorsements. The impetus for this
With its initial public offering (IPO) scheduled to take place within months, the We Company (better known as WeWork) was about to realize the dream of technology startups everywhere: sell
On a broad level, America is seeing rapid, widespread demographic shifts. But some areas are experiencing greater shifts than others. People of color will soon become the national majority, and
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One of President Trump’s main promises on the campaign trail was to crack down on free trade in the name of protecting American businesses, particularly the manufacturing sector. Despite the
Is what’s fair for a Californian feasible for an Alabaman?
Introduction A key promise of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign – the renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) – is well under way, with a fifth round of
The video was all over Facebook, trailed by hundreds of angry comments from USC students. The reason? “I’ve been asked to leave the campus,” says Aaron Flournoy in the clip.