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Meet A Young Entrepreneur, Cartoonist, Designer, Activist, by Maya Penn Back in 2010 Maya at 13 opened up her TED Talk with her own animated video.  Her talks are about her love of art, illustration, animation and how she became a young entrepreneur at the age of 8.  Maya knows it's important to nurture her customers and the planet.  This...
Gas Up or Buy a New Toy
This is a decision many are making today... Retail sales in the U.S. have increased slightly in April but rising gasoline prices are cutting into discretionary spending. Retail sales rose 0.3 per cent last month after surging on 0.8 per cent in March This excludes automobiles, gasoline, building materials and food services. Consumer spending slowed down in the first quarter; it is rising,...
red_tape_reduction_capitalism
If you look at the world today there is still a big gap between the rich and the poor. But how can we help fix this? Do we raise taxes on high-income earners? Do we redistribute income directly to poorer households? Maybe we need to expand social services? Or do we encourage countries to promote fairness by preventing businesses from shirking...
second-harvest-food-bank
Orange County and the country are seeing its first mobile market.  The traveling food bank is intended to serve low and fixed-income seniors. Second Harvest Food Bank will have the ability to travel around to serve the community For Orange County, the appearance of the mobile market is good news.  Feeding America, a hunger relief organization estimated in 2017 that 315,000...
home depot
Home Depot after 40 years is now ranked one of the nation's largest publicly held companies. When it first started out, there were only two small home-improvement outlets in Georgia, now it is a nationwide empire. According to Ken Langone, a key investment banker who helped found the outlet store in 1978 says Home Depot owes its entire success to the...