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Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Promise of regulation threatens to extinguish e-cig business

By Jillian Stanphill, Business Writer The electronic cigarette business is lighting up the drug industry, but may be extinguished soon when the Federal Drug Administration (FDA) begins to regulate sales. Electronic...

New laws may shut down SeaWorld’s orca show

By Courtney Purdin, Guest Writer A new California bill that prevents orcas from being used for performance or entertainment purposes may blow SeaWorld out of the water and raise further...

Read the fine print: “Liking” General Mills could void your right to sue

Be careful what you “like” on Facebook, because it might just cost you your ability to sue. General Mills, the company that owns brands such as Cheerios, Betty Crocker, and...

Getting ready for the career fair

By Kelsey Hilmes, Guest Writer Wearing jeans to a Career Expo seems like an obvious mistake to me, but every semester, a few poorly prepared students violate the rules of...

Accounting for Dummies: A beginner’s guide to building credit

By Bjorn Slater, Business Editor Credit can be a confusing concept for young people and falling into credit card debt early can be a vicious cycle. According to http://www.creditcards.com, only...

Accounting for Dummies: Why saving money should be a priority

Living paycheck to paycheck can be incredibly stressful, especially when students have to start paying for things themselves. The cost of rent and food are taken for granted when...

Accounting for Dummies: What you need to know about your student loans

Student loan debt is growing at an alarming rate, and it doesn’t show any signs of slowing down. The Federal Reserve Bank of New York reports that there is...

Twitter IPO confusion

By Peter Mueller Last Friday, the social media company Twitter announced its plans to become a publicly traded company before Thanksgiving. Analysts are expecting the initial public offering (IPO) to...

Government shutdown possible effects on Boeing

By: Peter Mueller On Monday, October 1, the GOP threw an “anti-Obamacare” wrench into the gears of the U.S. federal machine causing a government shutdown. The Senate is standing divided...
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