The author Richard Wright said, “An artist deals with aspects of reality different from those which a scientist sees.” Right now, the reality that scientists — and most people — see is a pandemic. And right now, artists can’t help but see that same reality.
Art shows — the main way many artists show their work — halted. Art galleries closed. It’s not just about seeing the art, which is important, but about connecting with the artist.
Online shopping has become an essential way consumers access goods during the coronavirus pandemic. But many retail chains generate up to 75 percent of their revenue from brick-and-mortar stores in non-pandemic times — meaning they’re now looking for other ways to sell and move their inventory.
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On a rainy evening in March, sixteen people gathered in a tucked away conference room in Brooklyn. Before the evening was through, they would decide among themselves a key rate of interest that would affect borrowers and investors across the country.
The question about bottom line results in companies that try to balance profits with a social mission just got a $1.78 billion answer. That’s the evaluation of Etsy, the online seller of artisan goods and a certified B Corp company, after launching an IPO late last week on NASDAQ. Shares closed at $30 dollars, almost twice their initial price of $16 dollars. In an unusual IPO restriction, Etsy capped the value of stock that investors could buy at $2,500, to give access to as many investors as possible, including the small businesses that market their products through Etsy.
Adopt a robot to become your personal companion this year.
Hello everyone, and welcome to the new year of adoptions. Forget about those cute little babies or animals for once, and take a robot home today. That’s right I said robot, and I do believe that the future is closer than we think… ha ha.