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Jeff Bezos, The National Enquirer and all the blackmail details

Alex Rajakovich, Staff Reporter

February 13, 2019

Filed under Business

Jeff Bezos, CEO and mastermind of Amazon and the world’s richest man, publicly announced on Twitter his divorce from MacKenzie Bezos, his wife of 25 years, in early January. The decision came after a trial separation and a new...

Gucci creative director breaks silence amid controversy

Madeline Hanna and Riley Sharp

February 13, 2019

Filed under Business

Gucci, one of the most famous and popular luxury fashion brand is known for creating new and irresistible, code-breaking fashion that captivates consumers. In doing so, they have been able to sell their merchandise at extremely...

Column: Wheelin’ & dealin’… with inaccessibility

Riley Sharp, Business & Finance Editor

February 13, 2019

Filed under Business

As someone who has seen firsthand the effects cerebral palsy can have on those managing it, the family and the community, I can say with confidence that American culture is not catering to the disabled nearly as much as we think...

Column: Will climate change kill capitalism?

Dominic Gordon, Guest Columnist

February 13, 2019

Filed under Business

Economic growth under capitalism might be coming to an end. This might not be a bad thing. A proposed future economic system pans both socialism and capitalism as overly dependent on growth. “Growth is going to come to an...

Column: Super Bowl or Subpar Bowl?

Alex Rajakovich, Guest Columnist

February 7, 2019

Filed under Business

On Sunday, Feb. 3, the New England Patriots took on and defeated the Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl LIII. Perhaps the lackluster nature of the game can only be fully conveyed by its equally disappointing statistics: it received...

Column: Your business is everyone’s business

Riley Sharp, Business & Finance Editor

February 7, 2019

Filed under Business

If you went back right now and opened up your high school yearbooks, what would you see? Probably some outdated jokes on past trends and funny inside remarks on teachers. If I opened my yearbook right now, I would be reminded...

Column: 5 Things You’re Spending Too Much Money On

Andre Alamina, Business & Finance Columnist

February 7, 2019

Filed under Business

If you want to get more serious about saving money in 2019, one of the best places to start finding those extra dollars is actually your own bank account. I know, it sounds crazy, but you could potentially have thousands of...

Top 5 financial decisions for college students

Andre Alamina, Business & Finance Columnist

January 31, 2019

Filed under Business

College is one of the most transformative periods of anyone’s life.  A lot of who you become stems directly from the experiences you have and  the decisions you make in college. While college is for many people a time for...

Financial Freedom: What it means and why most people will never achieve it

Andre Alamina, Business & Finance Columnist

January 23, 2019

Filed under Business

Hello and welcome to my first ever column for The Carroll News! In this weekly column, I am going to be sharing thoughts, ideas and lessons that you can use to help you live a happier and more fulfilled life. That said, the f...

Bell Let’s Talk

Riley K. Sharp, Business & Finance Editor

January 23, 2019

Filed under Business

Instead of writing a column on American businesses and the country’s current financial state, I have decided to discuss the country’s current mental state. Each year we are reminded that people struggle, that quite literally: the str...

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