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Archaeology and oil go boom in North Dakota

By Rob Holmes
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History | Archaeologists are in high demand again thanks to the upsurge in oil exploration and related businesses in North Dakota. Archaeology itself might just be the…

Defining entrepreneurship: It’s not about the money

By Warren Cole Smith
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Business | Bill Walton, no relation to the Walton family of Walmart fame, has a rich and varied background, but the common thread is innovation and creativity. Though…

Feeling respected

By Marvin Olasky
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News | Colorado’s Masterpiece Cakeshop will no longer sell wedding cakes. That’s because owner Jack Phillips discriminated against two gay men, according to the…

Slavery, Jim Crow, and McDonald’s

By La Shawn Barber
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Business | The Rev. William Barber, president of the North Carolina NAACP, penned an article earlier this week in which he analogized the post–Civil War Reconstruction…

Who’s working for you?

Who’s working for you?

By D.C. Innes
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Government | Whom can you trust these days? Businesses work for their own advantage. Government works for the public good. How you understand these two statements places…

You can be replaced

By D.C. Innes
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Economy | Machines are putting people out of work. You’ll notice there are no more elevator operators. You push your own button, and the thing moves. And when you…

God’s interesting ways of maturing us

God’s interesting ways of maturing us

By Bill Newton
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Business | Ben nervously approached his boss Mark and said, “Steve is making product in direct violation of his non-compete agreement. What are we going to do?”

Toyota peels out of California en route to Texas

By Andrew Branch
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Business | Toyota delivered a pink slip to California on Monday, announcing the company will move its U.S. headquarters and 3,000 jobs from the Los Angeles suburbs to…

Dollars and Sense: Market drift and job growth anticipation

By Warren Cole Smith
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Money | All quiet on the earnings front. We’re now a couple of weeks into earnings season, and so far things seem pretty quiet. In fact, I can’t resist pointing…

In defense of Mozilla

By Marvin Olasky
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Business | Mozilla, maker of the Firefox web browser, has taken a lot of heat this month for having its CEO, Brendan Eich, resign under pressure on April 3. And yet,

Following God at all costs

Following God at all costs

By Bill Newton
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Business | “On Wall Street you will hear many people give opinions,” a partner with a financial firm warned a group of interns. “You must learn to watch where…

Dollars and Sense: The economy coasts into the second quarter

By Warren Cole Smith
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Money | First quarter ends. The stock markets ended the first quarter last Monday more or less flat for the year. Despite an up day for the U.S. markets on Monday,

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