How a Vaccine Is Like a Craft Beer

With surprising similarity, whether it’s craft beer or vaccines, new product names create difficulties for firms.

Checking On China: US-China Phase One Trade Tracker 2021

Looking at the Peterson Institute’s 2021 numbers for the first phase of the US-China Trade Deal, we can see if the agreement is working.

Where More Diapers Are a Disaster

The ingredients of China’s new demographics recipe includes fewer marriages, a declining birth rate, more elderly, and interest in funerals.

The Message From The Most (and Least) Likable Emojis

Looking at this year’s most popular emojis like Tears of Joy, we can see that small images can become big messages.

The Impact of High Marijuana Taxes

Federally legalizing marijuana involves complexities that range from decriminalization to the impact of new taxes on businesses and states.

The Mystery of the Missing Raisinets

Consumers have been filing multi-million dollar class action suits for the slack fill that makes candy and chip packaging misleading.

Why Changing to Standard Time Is Tough

Ranging from Amtrak train schedules to our health, changing to Standard Time and then back to Daylight Saving create a slew of consequences.

A Land and Lobster War

A disputed island and the surrounding Grey Zone add up to a lobster war with conflicting lobster regulation between the U.S. and Canada.

New Pillars For the Global Corporate Tax System

Although 136 countries have agreed to update the corporate tax system, a 15 percent maximum rate is not as simple as it sounds.

How National Policy Can Respond to Floods

With flooding becoming more frequent, national policy makers need to decide if flood insurance should be more affordable or avoidable.