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How Trends in Corporate Consolidation Reflect in Biden’s Healthcare Anti-Trust Action

 Earlier this month, President Joe Biden signed an executive order that addresses competition among hospitals, health insurers, prescription drugmakers, and hearing aid Read more

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The Highschooler Who Developed a Program to Avoid Virtual Lateness
The Highschooler Who Developed a Program to Avoid Virtual Lateness
May 19, 2022
  If there’s one thing that came out of the COVID-19 pandemic that is likely here to stay, it’s virtual meetings and classes. Because lockdowns forced many closures, a lot of businesses and Read more
Lessons from Campus Safety Director of the Year Finalist Michael Reidenbach
May 19, 2022
Michael Reidenbach, Executive Director of Security and Emergency Management for the Charleston County School District 3999 in North Charleston, SC, spent a significant portion of his police career Read more
Lessons from Campus Safety Director of the Year Finalist Michael Reidenbach
May 19, 2022
  Michael Reidenbach, Executive Director of Security and Emergency Management for the Charleston County School District 3999 in North Charleston, SC, spent a significant portion of his police career working Read more
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How Trends in Corporate Consolidation Reflect in Biden’s Healthcare Anti-Trust Action
August 16, 2021
 Earlier this month, President Joe Biden signed an executive order that addresses competition among hospitals, health insurers, prescription drugmakers, and hearing aid Read more
How Will Updates to the Packers and Stockyards Act Shape Agriculture’s B2B Relationships?
August 12, 2021
  In Biden's anti-trust executive orders targeting anti-competitive practices in agriculture, the administration has emphasized the Packers and Stockyards Act as one of the Read more
How Is the Biden Admin’s Attack on Anti-Competitive Policies Shaping Agriculture?
August 4, 2021
The Biden administration has set its sights firmly on breaking down anti-competitive practices across a wide range of industries, and the nation’s agricultural sector is Read more
What the US Can Learn from Europe’s “Right to Repair” Fight
July 30, 2021
Earlier in July, the Biden Administration dropped another hammer with its new "right to repair" executive order. With the ultimate goal of increasing competition across the US economy, this Read more
Oracle Wins Bid for TikTok But Still Seeks Political Approval
September 18, 2020
  The race to buy Gen Z’s favorite social media app, TikTok, has been front and center in the past few weeks. Finally, TikTok’s Chinese parent company, ByteDance, struck a deal with Read more
Should Healthcare Pricing Be More Transparent?
July 9, 2019
  Healthcare prices have continued to rise in the United States in recent years, and no solution has been agreed upon. Making a complicated situation even hard to solve is the fact that the Read more