Posted on September 28, 2016, Updated September 28, 2016Categories Featured News   Leave a comment on

Millennials can never seem to get it right. They invent pumpkin spice lattes, but get shot down when they post an Instagram of their morning’s brew. They are staying in college for longer, but their fields of study are not deemed practical like the previous generation. Oh, and their contributions to the economy are dividing the nation. On one side of the spectrum, Americans believe Millennials are innovators and courageous in their career paths. Even presidential candidate Hilary Clinton described … Continue reading “”

IPO Market Predicted to Pick Up in 2017

Posted on September 15, 2016Categories Featured   Leave a comment on IPO Market Predicted to Pick Up in 2017

  The IPO market has been relatively slow throughout 2016, but it’s predicted to stabilize — or even increase — in 2017. Experts are saying that the upcoming presidential election, along with interest rates and some issues stemming from Brexit earlier this year, are to blame for the downturn in the initial public offering market. The market is down 71% year over year. Only 11 companies went public during the first quarter of 2016, and overall, just 75 IPO deals … Continue reading “IPO Market Predicted to Pick Up in 2017”

OSHA Slams Tyson With Massive Fees For Lack of Workplace Safety Measures

Posted on September 1, 2016Categories Featured News   Leave a comment on OSHA Slams Tyson With Massive Fees For Lack of Workplace Safety Measures

OSHA, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, has recently fined Tyson Foods, the country’s largest poultry food processor, with more than $263,000 in fines after a conveyor belt in Tyson’s Center, Texas, caught and dragged an employee’s finger into a deboning machine immediately amputating the finger. After the incident, OSHA started to inspect the facility and found 15 serious workplace safety violations, as well as two repeated violations. According to OSHA reports, some examples of the infringements on workplace safety … Continue reading “OSHA Slams Tyson With Massive Fees For Lack of Workplace Safety Measures”