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Car Restrictions in Cuba

Sunday, November 6th, 2011

An article in the New York Times on Sunday Novemeber 6th, outlined the difficulties faced by car owners in Cuba. A law was recently lifted that restricted the sales of cars between members of the public. They were previously unable to buy and sell cars without following stringent rules and regulations. Now that these laws […]

iPhone 4S: brought to you by the rumors around iPhone 5

Wednesday, October 12th, 2011

So, when i clickled safari and my browser window opened reavealing the sleek design of my iPhone with an S tacked on the end, I was ultimately relieved. For weeks I had been grumpy about that fact that the new iPhone 5 was about to make my cutting edge piece of technolog obsolete. However when […]

RE: Limiting Caffeine in Energy Drinks

Saturday, October 8th, 2011

Here is the link to my comment on Adelle Tepper’s socially relevant and interesting article on the government limiting caffeine in energy drinks. My further analysis on the subject includes my emphasis in my comment about the long term effects. Being a young indivdual that is constantly exposed to new technology, it is sometimes important […]

Technology in Business

Saturday, October 8th, 2011

When you look around a house, a business and even some classrooms you might find yourself inundated with the newest technology of the decad. The current rage, whatever it may be seems like magic to those who witnessed something as primary as the invention of the first Tv. Now you can access your technology at […]

Ethics in Pharmaceuticals

Thursday, September 15th, 2011

One of the most popular debates in ethics in the business community today are those demonstrated by the pharmaceutical industry. Just recently one big named company of the many, admitted to lying about the safety of its drug. Time and time again we face reports of corrupt studies, bribed physicians, false results and an array […]

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