America’s financial future definitely hung in the balance this year. Joe Biden is set to inherit an economy that has seen the absolute worst. We’ve seen record unemployment, businesses declaring bankruptcy, an eviction crisis, not to mention the fact that we’re heading into winter, a time when COVID-19 is expected to increase the death toll manifold, devastate hospital systems nationwide, and potentially lead to more lockdowns.
The unforeseen and startling emergence of the SARS-CoV-2, also known as the 2019 novel coronavirus, has given birth to COVID-19, one of the most contagious diseases in the history of time. As the virus took a toll on human lives, the economy isn't left undisturbed either.
Major companies are incorporating personalization into their marketing campaigns, with Internet-based companies leading the way. When we access any website, we are asked for permission to allow ‘cookies’. Have you ever wondered what they are?
Taking birth in the minds of Rod Canion, Jim Harris and Bill Murto, Compaq possessed the crown of the largest purveyors of personal computers before the 1990s with every household’s dream to own one. With the succulent taste of success over their tongues, not a single individual could predict the cataclysmic storm that awaited for the company in the impending years which eventually killed this once glorious company in 2013.