As COVID vaccination rates continue to rise across the globe, countries are easing their international travel bans at long last.
Even Australia, which perhaps earned the superlative for the tightest lockdown, announced that fully vaccinated citizens can begin to travel internationally for the first time since March 2020.
What the energy crisis is telling us about green and dirty energy.
The world is descending into an energy crisis. Prices of oil, coal, and natural gas are spiking. Natural gas prices are the highest they have been in 13 years. Crude prices haven’t been this high since October 2014…
As cryptocurrency increases in popularity, so do the incidents of crypto-related scams. Like other cyber crimes, these incidents vary in their intent and level of sophistication.
Take, for example, “the pump and dump.” In this scam, bad actors purchase a large amount of cryptocurrency, manipulate the market so the price…
It’s high time we all stop taking gin for granted. Too many of us mindlessly sip our summer G&T without any regard for its rich history, possible health benefits, or ability to combat global warming. I, for one, say it’s time for gin to get the respect it deserves.
Food prices are skyrocketing in the United States. Nowhere is this more visible than at the breakfast table, where the average price for a slab of bacon has jumped nearly 28% over the last year — more than bacon has cost in 40 years.
So why are prices hog wild?
While the world is grappling with supply chain issues brought on by COVID-19, the situation in the UK is being compounded by the continued fallout from Brexit.
Tequila is having a moment. But at what price?
Over the years, celebrities have started or acquired businesses in a variety of industries. At times, the stars were looking to monetize their fame. Some were looking for an outlet to boost their personal brand. …
In 2013, a blind tasting contest for tannant wines was held in Uruguay. These grapes have become a signature part of the host country’s wine industry — giving them a significant home-court advantage. But, much to everyone’s surprise: the winner was a Bolivian wine.
Last month, McDonald’s announced that it had temporarily run out of milkshakes and bottled beverages at stores in England, Scotland, and Wales. With only a cursory glance, this may not seem like an issue worthy of international headlines. …