Here’s one more reason I like the internet. It allows retailers to test new marketing strategies quickly to find out if something works, or not.
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Just when we need to hear something good about our country, along comes this.
Is Dr. Ben going to Washington? It sure sounds like it.
It’s awfully easy to make glib comments about these comparisons. So, call me easy.
26 Republicans joined Democrats in voting for this non-binding but important resolution: it’s ok to allow states to extract sales taxes from internet companies even if they aren’t located in the state, thus overriding an important Supreme Court case to the contrary along the way.
3-D printing is more than just building gun parts at home. Much more.
I love it when predictions about the future fail to come true simply because of human action, the ultimate driver of all economic improvement.
It’s nice of the IMF to recognize that it’s market forces that bring down prices, improving the standard of living of everyone in the process.
Why should US taxpayers have one thin dime invested in this company?
This is what happens when government decides that people will buy green cars if only they are offered them. And since no one is offering them, the government must provide them. Besides, it’s good for jobs.