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Capstone IWeek 710/19/2018According to Consumer Intelligence Research Partners, the difference in spending between Prime members and regular costumers in Amazon is changing. Prime members buy an average of $1,400 a year worth of stuff on Amazon, but…
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Australia's job rate fell to the lowest in more than six years in September, fewer peole looked for work, suggested that this caused the drop is unlikely to alter the Reserve Bank's policy outlook. Unemployment fell from 5.3 percent to 5 percent thi…
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Marcellus Morris 10/16/18 Economics Capstone Week 7 Breaking news October 16th at 11:20 AM Instacart has been on the rise since 2012. It is a grocery delivery company that has a personal shopper that gets their shopping done for them. In its last fu…
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Canada is going to become the second country in the world to legalize marijuana for recreational use which is a very interesting event that is taking place. Canopy Growth, which is a Canadian company in the medical marijuana industry , is already wo…
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Instacart is Instabig

Marcellus Morris
10/16/18
Economics Capstone
Week 7
Breaking news October 16th at 11:20 AM
Instacart has been on the rise since 2012. It is a grocery delivery company that has a personal shopper that gets their…

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Marijuana Becomes Legal in Canada

Canada is going to become the second country in the world to legalize marijuana for recreational use which is a very interesting event that is taking place. Canopy Growth, which is a Canadian company in the medical marijuana industry , is already…

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Aetna Jobs Are Staying!

Approval was granted for the merger of CVS and Atena creating a massive healthcare giant. But what about the Aetna jobs in CT? What will happen to them? Aetna, which is headquartered in Hartford, is responsible for over 5,000 jobs in the state.…

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