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Trump shakes up trade agreements

Patrick Budicini Business Correspondent Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2016. A day that will likely go down as one of the most shocking days in United States political history. It is the…

Are people over Black Friday?

Antonio Nikolic Staff Writer Black Friday is the day that signifies Christmas shopping with lower prices and special offers that falls on the day after Thanksgiving. Many people camp outside…

ODE outlook on decline of service economies

Thomas Meehan Business Correspondent The United States economy has undergone a tectonic shift since the early 20th century. The manufacturing sector, once the economic foundation of many areas of the…

Thanksgiving: an economic cornucopia

Patrick Budicini Business Correspondent Thanksgiving in America is known as a day devoted to eating, spending time with family and watching football. Each family has different traditions, but the typical…

Local county fights Airbnb

Jordan Reis Business Editor Airbnb is a website that allows people to put a room in their house or apartment, or their entire house or apartment, up for rent to…

Renowned economist discusses immigration

Patrick Budicini Business Correspondent On Tuesday, members of the Scranton community, university students and faculty members gathered for the much-anticipated 31st annual Henry George Lecture. This semester’s lecture, sponsored by…

31st Henry George lecture

Eliana Saks Editor-in-Chief Famous labor economist David Card, Ph.D. will speak at The University Tuesday for the 31st annual Henry George Lecture. Card is the director of the labor studies…

Australians celebrate first halloween

Antonio Nikolic Business Correspondent Australia will be hitting its highest peak when it comes to Halloween spending this year. Australian culture has never seen Halloween as a holiday, but rather…

Student predicts recession

Comentary by Will Horn In June 2009, the recession caused by the financial crisis of 2008 was finally over. However, the country as a whole still has not fully recovered…

CAT leadership shifts

Jordan Reis Business Editor Amid the recent trouble faced by Caterpillar, or CAT, was news that their CEO of six years has announced that he is retiring at the end…