Friday, January 15, 2021
Amazon is literally too big to fail. Not only do they absolutely dominate anything and everything related to e-commerce, but they seem to be quite successful in many of their completely unrelated ventures. 
2021 is here, and the United Kingdom has already woken up to some terrible news from British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Per The Financial Times: “Boris Johnson ordered a third economically...
At the start of a new year, it is tradition for CEOs to send out a company-wide memo about where they see themselves headed over the next 12 months. It is usually a...
Listen, haven’t we learned our lesson about bribing people by now? Apparently not. Jay Y. Lee, the vice chairman of Samsung, is headed off to a nine year stint in prison thanks to being found guilty...
With flight demand at an all-time low and several airlines wondering how many months of survival they have left, you have to wonder what’s happening to the planes. Since they’re not being sold...
Several Forbes contributors shared some very interesting perspectives on what 2021 may have to offer the American aviation industry. Some of these predictions are reasonable, others are pessimistic, and others...
By now, you’ve likely heard that President Donald Trump has officially signed off on the $900 billion COVID-19 stimulus bill, along with the $1.4-trillion bill allocated towards government funding, on Sunday night. 
The bets are on the table for which superpower will retain its status as king of the hill over the next ten years.  And according to BBC and their analysis...
This was BIG news for foreign exchange markets and international relations. I don’t think much more has to be said, so I’ll let Forbes take over and give you the quick summary:
As the year comes to a much-needed close, the cruise line industry has more than enough data to make some conclusions about how they managed to survive during the COVID-19 pandemic.