It most certainly does. Screenshot: Blackpink/YouTubeOnce again, K-pop fans prove themselves among the most active activists. This time, around 10,000 of them from 83 different countries are calling for Korean music companies to do their part in combating climate change. As ABS CBN News explains, K-pop fans are known for buying multiple copies of albums…

We live in the age of self-marketing geniuses like former President Donald Trump and famous brands like Facebook and Google. So how can small business owners leverage self-marketing and use it for their own business?On The Small Business Radio Show this week, I talk about this with Rainer Zitelmann who is a historian, sociologist, world-renowned…

Opening a small business isn’t easy, even when you have plenty of money to do it. Getting a small business off the ground with little to no budget is an even more challenging feat. However, with the right amount of passion and strategic planning, anything is possible.To help you get started, a panel of Young…

Reading Time: 3 minutes Cryptocurrency gifts are gaining in popularity, but you need to be aware of the tax implications Both the giver and the recipient must take steps to ensure a smooth process Don’t let the tax man ruin a lovely surprise! Gifting cryptocurrency is easy and, potentially, very fruitful for the recipient. However,…

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Monday a first-in-nation COVID-19 vaccine mandate on all private workers that will take effect after Christmas, greatly expanding rules that apply to city workers. “Our health Commissioner will announce a vaccine mandate for private sectors employers across the board. All private-sector employers in New York City will…

As Congress was putting the finishing touches on its infrastructure bill this fall, electric vehicle manufacturer Tesla announced it would soon change its business model and make all its charging stations open to autos from all manufacturers, not just its own cars. It turns out that platform neutrality is a key requirement of the new…

A view of the soybean plants on a farm in Barreiras, Bahia State, Brazil March 19, 2017. Picture taken on March 19, 2017. REUTERS/Roberto SamoraRegister now for FREE unlimited access to reuters.comSAO PAULO, Dec 6 (Reuters) – The planting of Brazil’s 2021/22 soybean crop reached 94% of the estimated area as of Thursday and is…

American businesses spend hundreds of billions of dollars a year on prescription drugs, and the bills keep getting bigger. But some of the companies promising to help rein in those costs prevent employers from looking under the hood.Why it matters: Documents provided to Axios reveal a new layer of secrecy within the maze of American…

Despite bipartisan support in the Senate, a plea by the Commerce Secretary and growing desperation from industry officials, Congress still can’t get a key bill that funds the U.S. chip business over the finish line. Why it matters: With the global chip shortage continuing to crimp the economy, the semiconductor industry has ramped up pressure…

Brian Whitacre is a professor and the Neustadt Chair at the Department of Agricultural Economics, Oklahoma State University; Christina Biedny is a PhD student in Agricultural Economics, Oklahoma State University. This story originally published in The Conversation. The federal government is pouring billions of dollars into expanding broadband internet access. But it’s at the state…


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