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The Economic Impacts of Population Decline

When a nation’s population declines, their economic fortunes also suffer.

The Cure for Ticketmaster?

Robert Smith, frontman of The Cure, announced on Thursday that Ticketmaster will provide $5 and $10 refunds to fans who purchased tickets for the band's North American tour.

What in the world happened last week?

A week of market turmoil left a lot of us scratching our heads.

From Ireland, With Love

For a relatively small island, there is no shortage of familiar Irish faces when you look at film history.

Credit Sus

Swiss National Bank to Financially Support Credit Suisse Amid Plunge in Stock Prices


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An unexpected deal, an unexpected power shift

In an unexpected development, China has brokered a peace deal between Saudi Arabia and Iran, who have been rivals in the Middle East for decades.

Bigger Oil

As Saudi Aramco posts record income, the idea of a future without fossil fuels seems stubbornly distant.

The Collapse of a Giant

Silicon Valley Bank’s collapse has already resulted in finger-pointing and “too big to fail” conversations reminiscent of 2008.

ICONS: Miley Cyrus

Still just 30 years old, Miley Cyrus has already reinvented herself and her sound several times, somehow without losing her authenticity.

French Unrest

Despite the government's efforts to quell the protests, France witnessed 250+ simultaneous demonstrations taking place across the country.

Hiking to New Peaks

Powell's remarks before the Senate Banking Committee indicate that the Federal Reserve is prepared to raise interest rates more than previously expected in response to recent reports of stubbornly high inflation and a resilient job market.

The College Crisis: Part One

Higher education is a fundamental component of American society, but it has become increasingly costly, with far-reaching ramifications for the nation.

Easing European Inflation

According to a report from the European Commission, inflation levels in Europe eased last month as the winter drew to a close.

Asian Representation

A record number of actors of Asian descent have been recognised with Oscar nominations this year, led by Michelle Yeoh from Everything, Everywhere, All at Once, who is perhaps the frontrunner for the Best Actress award.

Sunak Sells

Rishi Sunak has travelled to Belfast to "sell" his agreement with the European Union on the Irish Protocol to the Unionists.

Come Rain, Wind, or Shine

How extreme weather events affect consumer spending habits

The Challenges to China

China's economy has been one of the fastest-growing in the world for the past few decades. However, as the country continues to develop and evolve, it faces several challenges that could impact its economic future

China in the New Millennium

China's economy has undergone remarkable transformations over the last two decades, emerging as a global economic powerhouse.

GOAT: LeBron James

On February 7, LeBron James became the NBA's all-time leading scorer in the regular season after breaking the 39-year-old record held by six-time NBA MVP Kareem Abdul-Jabbar with 38 points.