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The U.S. healthcare system is like nothing we’ve seen before – nothing compares in terms of complexity, access, and cost. With that said, we’re already making progress toward a change in the way we run the system through legislation and federal policy changes. With the nation taking years of legislation and policy transformation to address issues in the past, we know that relying on the legal system to reform the healthcare industry will be a...

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The Sino-US trade war looms glaringly over the American economy, threatening small businesses and forcing consideration of radical economic reform.  Most pervasively, China’s emerging economic hegemony threatens areas of prominent American investment, like the regional hotspot of Southeast Asia, the South China Sea.  China has aggressively pursued an aggressive claim on the South China Sea which the international Hague Convention has deemed illegal, but Chinese claims still continue to the helplessness of regional neighbors The...

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Trickle-down economics is the idea that decreasing taxes, especially on businesses and the upper classes, will stimulate the economy and lead to long-term growth. Trickle-down economics is a descendant and occasionally derogatory term for supply-side economics, which campaigns for tax cuts and deregulation of the financial sector. Today, let’s take a look at trickle-down economics as a synonym for the economic policies used by Ronald Reagan, which especially championed tax cuts for the upper and upper-middle classes. Or to...

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In a recent tweet, President Trump announced his intention to have the SEC study a rule implemented in 1934 following the Great Depression that plays an integral role in our financial markets: quarterly earnings reports. The President cited conversations with “the world’s top business leaders” in his shift towards favoring a semiannual rather than quarterly reporting schedule. This move also follows in the steps of the 2013 European Union decision to shift towards the semiannual...

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Today, it’s become incredibly easy to find, subscribe, and listen to tens of thousands of podcasts over topics such as news, business, politics, and much more. They’ve served as a free and accessible mode for gaining inspiration, staying educated and informed, and sparking personal and professional growth among all populations. But few youth have taken the initiative to work on their own podcast, given the difficulty in hosting big-name guests that audiences are interested in...

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Comcast recently made a surprise bid for Sky, a U.K. media broadcaster that is currently being chased after by Rupert Murdoch, an 87-year-old billionaire who is currently the Executive Co-Chairman of 21st Century Fox. This could be the beginning of a battle between two of the largest players in the media arena today. Murdoch’s plan for 21st Century Fox is to purchase the remaining portion of Sky, which is currently holds a 39 percent stake...

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Word of a revamped tax plan for businesses and individuals may come as the end of POTUS Trump’s 100 days in office approaches. According to a senior White House official, President Donald Trump will be releasing a “phenomenal” tax plan for both individuals and businesses by the end of next week. This statement has been confirmed by Secretary of the Treasury (plays a critical role in economic and fiscal policy-making) Steven Mnuchin and economic advisor Gary Cohn,...

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Bond prices fell to lower levels on Friday after a struggle to find direction over the past few weeks. The yield on the 10-year Treasury note finished on Friday at 2.409%, which is 0.099% lower than the close last Friday. It is common knowledge that yields rise when bond prices fall. Such is becoming the case; bond prices are beginning to fall after President Trump’s intentions to overhaul the tax code within the next three...

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President Trump pushed forward a series of directives to roll back financial regulations on Friday, after extolling financial leaders in a White House meeting. President Trump signed two executive actions today to scale back the 2010 Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act that was instituted in response to the 2008 financial crisis. Trump’s rationale: “They cannot borrow money. They just can’t get any money because the banks just won’t let them borrow it...

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Facebook Inc. [stock symbol=”FB”] saw a 51% spike in fourth-quarter 2016 revenue, citing a strong mobile advertising business that has kept the technology company’s consistent growth since 2012. According to sources at Thomson Reuters, analysts had expected Facebook to pull in $8.51 billion in 2016, but the strong fourth-quarter beat analyst estimates by roughly $300 million, reputedly indicating an $8.81 billion profit in the last year. Compared to 2015, Facebook’s quarterly profit saw a 128%...

The Youth Business Collective is a content-based network targeted toward Generation Z business education. The aim is to expand and create opportunities for those with strong interests in business.

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