Angelo Young

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Tip O’Neill once said “all politics is local.”  Though the speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives from 1977 to 1987 used it to criticize a challenger in Massachusetts who funded his...
As more people awake to the harsh reality that single-use plastic is a major contributor to global pollution, companies that finance its production and distribution are facing increasing pressure to...
A lot was going on in 1969, from the moon landing to the Manson murders to the Woodstock music festival to the “Chicago 8” trial, so it’s easy to understand why a relatively small fire on the...
So many Americans have been quitting their jobs this year that the term “Great Resignation” has been coined to describe this unprecedented exodus from the workplace. One reason for this may be...
Beverage bottles, food packages, and shopping bags are among the most common plastics that wind up in garbage bins — and eventually the oceans — after only one use. While the world has...
Americans have been on a home-buying spree for the past year. Demand has been so hot that buyers are offering well over asking prices, paying competing bidders to go away, and even sweetening the...
According to the U.S. Postal Service, more than 330,000 residents of New York City requested out-of-state address changes in the first eight months of the pandemic lockdowns last year, as businesses...
Trust in public institutions, such as schools, courts, police, and legislative bodies, is crucial to maintaining social stability. A deterioration of trust in organizations that play vital roles in...
Single-use plastic may one day be viewed much like cigarettes are today: something once considered a relatively harmless habit that evolves culturally into a reviled threat to public health despite...
To give you an idea of how tight the U.S. residential real estate market has become, look at what’s going on in Ketchum, Idaho, about 150 miles west of the state capital of Boise. Housing in this...
The cost of gasoline has been rising in 2021 as the United States emerges from a pandemic-era slump in prices at the pump. That means that many consumers will be shopping for fuel efficiency, as they...
What is brand equity? For most people that can seem like a nebulous and subjective concept at worst, and at best it seems like a combination of art and science. It doesn’t help that brand...
In the early months of the Covid-19 pandemic, the hedge fund industry was struggling to eke out gains, but by the end of 2020, they had managed on average to pull themselves out of the red for the...
Motor vehicles have come a long way in dependability and safety since the first Ford Model T (widely considered to be the first mass-produced affordable car) rolled off a Detroit assembly line on...