Is it Time to Fully Embrace Cap and Trade?
Corporate Social Responsibility / Economics

Is it Time to Fully Embrace Cap and Trade?

Guest Writer: Teresa Leatherow Environmental impacts, particularly carbon emissions, have long since been a concern of both government and business. Recent mentioning of possible implementation of a United States cap-and- trade program may be the answer to years of debate on this topic. Economic rationale for a carbon price is stronger than it ever has … Continue reading

Oracle’s Backlash Over Recent Winter Break Policy
Business Ethics / Corporate Social Responsibility / Organizational Strategy

Oracle’s Backlash Over Recent Winter Break Policy

  Connor Walsh JPM Securities’ Patrick Walravens recently cut his rating on shares of Oracle from Market Perform to Market Underperform citing many developments he referred to as disturbing, specifically mismanagement.2 A string of unpopular decisions has not only negatively impacted external relationships with Oracle’s customers and shareholders, but a recent policy designed to regulate … Continue reading

Japan’s Stagnant Economy and Mishandled Gender Reform
Economics / International Business

Japan’s Stagnant Economy and Mishandled Gender Reform

David Robinson Japan has fallen into its second recession in as many years, which seems to be a trend it has fallen into since the bursting of its bubble economy. Of further concern is how its population is aging while shrinking. It is commendable Japan has managed to keep its unemployment rate at roughly 3%, … Continue reading