If you were going to start a new business in the United States that was not location dependent, what state would choose? Countries, states and cities all compete to attract businesses — both large and small. More businesses mean more jobs and usually greater...read more
Private Money-Like Products Gain Traction amid Mistrust of Government As government currencies lose value, interest grows in private money-like products
We all think we know what money is, but economists have many different definitions of money (e.g., M1, M2, M4, and others) — and the problem is getting worse. Is the U.S. paper dollar you have in your wallet money? How about a one-ounce gold $50 coin minted by the...read more
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