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Months into the budget battle – we used to say “budget process” – America is still waiting for answers about how the impacts of government spending will affect their daily lives. The less partisan – we used to say “bi-partisan” – $1.2 trillion hard infrastructure plan has now been signed into law. But then there’s […]

Imagine being a teacher who receives an email that appears to be from the school principal requesting the signature of a time-sensitive document. Acknowledging the urgency of the email, you immediately open the attachment and inadvertently download malicious software to your school computer. With one click you have initiated a chain of events that leads […]

Hard to believe, but it’s been almost 40 years since a major antitrust action succeeded in U.S. courts. American Telephone & Telegraph had been considered a “natural” monopoly. A straight line could be drawn from inventor Alexander Graham Bell’s American Bell Telephone Co. of the 1880s to the behemoth AT&T had become by the mid-20th […]

You’ve heard it a thousand times: “Buy real estate. They’re not making it anymore.” And it is good advice even if it’s as hackneyed as that other line you’re likely to hear in the same exchange: “Location, location, location!” But what kind of real estate? The two broad classifications – commercial and residential – have […]

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