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Comal, a Restaurant with an Uplifting Mission, Opens in RiNo

The social enterprise serves authentic Latin American cuisine Comal, a lunch eatery and restaurant incubator, is now open in the former Fuel Cafe space on the Taxi Campus. The casual spot will serve a rotating menu focused on the cuisines of Mexico, El Salvador, and Peru, curated and prepared by a group of local culinary entrepreneurs... Show More Summary

Come to the Dark Side: 14 Totally Chic Black Houses

(Image credit: Todd David Architecture) Painted Ladies aside, Americans tend to play it safe with their exterior colors—and if there's one color that's decidedly unsafe, it's black. This hasn't kept a few enterprising homeowners from covering the facades of their homes in this mysterious, inky shade, though. Show More Summary

Michael Auslin on Books and Writing

Michael Auslin is a resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), a think tank in Washington, D.C. This interview has been edited lightly. Your book "The End of the Asian Century" will be published in January 2017. Would you tell us a little bit about it? Sure. Show More Summary

Who Won the Second Clinton-Trump Debate? How Conservatives Saw It

last weekNews : Newsweek: US

This article first appeared on the American Enterprise Institute site. Heading into Sunday evening’s debate, moderated by ABC’s Martha Raddatz and CNN’s Anderson Cooper, it was a week of revelations. As presidential hopefuls HillaryShow More Summary

Theresa May and the Folly of a Hard Brexit

2 weeks agoNews : Newsweek: US

This article first appeared on the American Enterprise Institute site. Whether the exit of the United Kingdom from the European Union (EU) is a good or bad idea, it can be achieved in many different ways. Some are more damaging thanShow More Summary

Climate Science Denying US Neocon Groups Promote ‘Simple’ and ‘Freer’ Trade with UK at Tory Party Conference

American climate science denying pressure groups the Competitive Enterprise Institute ( CEI ) and the Heritage Foundation joined forces with British campaign group the Taxpayers’ Alliance ( TPA ) at the Conservative Party ConferenceShow More Summary

Acorn In Bed With ‘Close To The Enemy’; Boards WWII Drama As U.S. Co-Producer

Continuing its dive into originals, Acorn Media Enterprises has partnered with All3Media International and the BBC as the North American co-producer on period drama Close To The Enemy. Jim Sturgess, Alfie Allen, Alfred Molina, Angela...Show More Summary

End The Public Service Loan Forgiveness Bonanza For Graduate And Professional Schools

Brookings Institution: The Coming Public Service Loan Forgiveness Bonanza, by Jason Delisle (American Enterprise Institute): Abstract: The federal government is making more data available about the performance of the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program for federal student loans. Many policymakers are not aware of this program, but the new...

Cartoon: Brands ruined by Trump

For being a capitalist businessman, the Donald Trump campaign really does run roughshod over American corporate brands. In fact, this enterprise has ruined many during the course of the 2016 Presidential campaign.

Column: How lightweight enterprises are outperforming industry heavyweights

The Netflix logo is shown in this illustration photograph. Photo by Mike Blake/Reuters Editor’s Note: This is the third in a series of excerpts we are publishing from sociologist Jerry Davis’s new book, “The Vanishing American Corporation:...Show More Summary

From Made In China To Owned By China: Chinese Enterprises Buying Up Western Companies At Record Pace

Fueled by central government initiatives such as the Go Out policy and China 2025, Chinese enterprises have gone on an international spending spree this year, acquiring key American and European companies at an unprecedented rate.

Chinese company joins space tourism race with a “deep space” balloon

Concept appears to be similar to that of an American company, World View Enterprises.

Size Matters: Comparing the U.S. to the Rest of the World

Sometimes it helps to employ unconventional perspectives when thinking about the size of things. So here's an interesting map from the American Enterprise Institute that shows how massive and productive America's $18 trillion economy is on a global scale. The...

Mike's Blog Round Up

They say that a fortune doesn't change a person, it only unmasks them. Today we look at the economy. The Rectification of Names read the American Enterprise Institute's cure for wage stagnation. You’ll never guess AEI's suggestion! Naked...Show More Summary

Acorn Falls For Irish Drama ‘Striking Out’ In Co-Production Deal

Acorn Media Enterprises is continuing its move into originals, teaming with Blinder Films, DCD Rights and RTÉ as the North American co-producing partner on Irish legal drama Striking Out. The series will premiere on Ireland’s RTÉ in early 2017 and will also make its U.S. Show More Summary

Price Changes 1996-2016

Graph from the American Enterprise Institute. Commentary mine. One irony here is that the more worthless college education becomes (in the non-STEM areas at least), the more outrageously expensive it becomes, while with electronics, the use value of the gear...

One Simple Chart Illustrates The Absurdity Of College Cost Inflation

The simple chart below from the American Enterprise Institute beautifully illustrates the absurd inflation of college tuition and textbooks over the past 20 years. In real terms, the cost of college has effectively doubled over that time period. Show More Summary

What China's U.S. Buying Spree Means For The Future Of Hospitality

The Chinese are on a U.S. buying spree like no other. Since the beginning of the year, Chinese investors have announced interest in, or closed on, several multi-billion-dollar deals on a variety of American enterprises, including GE’s appliance division, Strategic Hotels & Resorts (owner of numerous luxury properties here and [...]

Trump: Obama Put Nearly 12 Million More Americans on Poverty Food Stamps Program

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump blamed incumbent leader Barack Obama for increasing poverty in the United States and crippling private enterprise.

One Thing US Presidential Candidates Can Agree On: Social Enterprise Works

Why investing in social enterprise can not only help the next US President leave a social innovation legacy, but also make a transformative impact on the lives of the Americans who need it most.

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