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Hart, Holmstrom win prize in economics

Jordan Reis Business Editor The Nobel Prize is widely considered one of the highest honors available in the science, literature and philanthropic communities. The prizes are awarded every year, with…

Sterling Pound hits 30-year low

Will Horn Business Editor Emeritus It was hard to miss the ordeal known as Brexit Over the summer. Brexit was originally an idea from the United Kingdom that some of…

IMF accepts Yuan as reserve currency

Antonio Nikolic Business Correspondent The yuan, or renminbi, is the international reserve currency of China and has now joined the International Monetary Fund’s basket of reserve currencies as of Oct.…

Internship panel educates students

Jordan Reis Business Editor Internships are extremely important to securing a job. They serve as a dry run. Companies use an applicant’s internship history, either with its own company or…

Snapchat revolutionizes glasses

Antonio Nikolic Business Correspondent Snapchat is an instant messaging app that launched in September of 2011, and has gained enormous popularity around the world in a relatively short amount of…

A deeper look at PRISM

A deeper look at PRISM

Jordan Reis Business Editor The Portfolio of Responsible Investment under Student Management, or PRISM, is a club that allows students to participate in real stock market activities using endowment from…

Interest rates remain unchanged

Jordan Reis Business Editor The Federal Reserve met yesterday, and as has been a common theme of the year so far, interest rates remained unchanged. They stress that this does…

“Best iPhone yet” released

“Best iPhone yet” released

Patrick Budicini Business Correspondent Consumers all around the world eagerly anticipate the release of the newest iPhone during the month September of each year since 2007. On Sept 7, everyone…

Scranton faces garbage price problems

Published: May 5, 2016 JORDAN REIS Business Editor A pertinent local problem that has recently arisen in Scranton is the possibility of a rise in the cost of garbage collection.…

Brexit Debate catches British companies

Published: May 5, 2016 THOMAS MEEHAN Staff Writer A British exit from the European Union, colloquially referred to as “Brexit,” remains a very real possibility. The idea of Britain seceding…