Today’s Virtual Office.

For better or for worse, the virtual office concept is catching on, with more and more remote workers joining the labor force worldwide. A virtual office setup is especially appealing to entrepreneurs with modest resources, who find that renting and outfitting a physical office is currently beyond their means. There’s no shame in that, as

Chinese Coronavirus Strikes U.S.

A male airline passenger in the state of Washington is now the first official case of the deadly Chinese coronavirus to be diagnosed inside the United States. The disease began to devastate China last month and so far there have been over six persons killed, plus hundreds more sickened and incapacitated throughout southern China, according

What Can You Say on a License Plate?

Oklahoma state senators Marty Quinn and Nathan Dahm, both Republican stalwarts, have introduced a bill into the Oklahoma legislature allowing for specialty license plates that would read “Make America Great Again” and “Keep America Great.” They argue that freedom of speech would make the license plates perfectly acceptable to anyone, Republican or Democrat, on any

Google Joins the Trillion Dollar Club.

This week Google, which based its name on the mathematical concept of ‘googol,’ which means the numeral ‘1’ followed by one-hundred zeros, joined the Trillion Dollar Club — meaning, the market cap of its parent company Alphabet has gone above the one-trillion-dollar mark for the very first time. The other well-heeled members of the Trillion