Many people think the way to make a lot of money in the stock market is to find the next Apple and have it grow 2,000 percent over the next few years.
I have often written about how demography determines economic viability. I want to return to that subject because of the recent burst of articles on how the Chinese economy is going to suffer because of its one-child policy that was put into effect in 1979. Had that policy not been put into effect, China’s population would be 400 million more than it is today — 1.35 billion.
The National Football League's hypocrisy and selective decency standards reek like a post-game locker room. On the one hand, the organization refuses to run a firearms manufacturer's self-defense Super Bowl ad under the guise of neutrality and taste. Yet the professional football conglomerate routinely revels in raunchiness, gratuitous physical violence and anti-gun screeds.
Whether it’s the possibility of a magnetic levitation train or the hyperloop idea proposed by Elon Musk, founder of PayPal, Tesla Motors and SpaceX, the route of potential alternative designs for California’s putative bullet train invariably follows Interstate 5 from just west of Bakersfield to the San Francisco Bay Area.
After a long time of little activity by the California discipline authorities, discipline prosecutions for advertising violations appear to be on the rise. Lawyer advertising and marketing have become accepted to an unprecedented degree, and the impact of technology on legal ethics has been the subject of much discussion.
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