Last week, The Business Roundtable released an updated statement on the purpose of business. It might seem like firms are departing from standard business theory, but are they redefining business?
This year, we’ve watched journalists uncover multiple instances of questionable behavior in the college admissions and financial aid process. Just google “college admissions” AND “scandal” and you will find all the evidence that you need that people are trying to bend the letter of the law in order to save some cash. From turning over … Continue reading Scandalous Loopholes: You’d Do It, Too!
A new study was released suggesting healthcare programs for low-income children have higher returns than similar services for adults. Could this be a simple solution to the bankrupt welfare programs?
Kathryn and Kenzi give advice on something they have no experience with, but who doesn't love giving advice? But is our advice the best advice that you can take? Economics says otherwise. Also, Kenzi's a terrible student.
Kevin Gomez, co-founder of ReasonablEconomics, joins Kenzi in the Bahamas at an economics conference to talk about how economics explains why a little sea breeze leads to lighter wallets.