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Washington D.C. Police Officer Debra Domino models a body camera before a press conference at City Hall in Washington, D.C. Some say that the number of private police vs. public ones is a growing problem.

Accountability at question in private policing

Jun 5, 2015
Security guards outnumber government officers 3-to-2, but most have less training.
Posted In: police, private police, Crime

PODCAST: Robust jobs report for May

Jun 5, 2015
Jobs for May, OPEC's decision to keep the status quo, and the SCOTUS ruling on second mortgages.

PODCAST: Another media merger

Jun 4, 2015
Smelling salts for the bond market, and a possible mega media merger.

PODCAST: Revisiting history

Jun 3, 2015
ADP numbers, Richard Fuld, and a "Jurassic" branding opportunity.

PODCAST: Homeless in Hollywood

Jun 2, 2015
A closer look at a recent ruling by the Supreme Court, and homelessness in Hollywood.
The "Entourage" crew reunites for the television show's big screen debut.

People paid $10,000 to get one woman to see 'Entourage'

Jun 1, 2015
Wendy Molyneux crowd-funded the campaign to support children's cancer research.
Posted In: crowd-funding, cancer research, movie
The Uber app is displayed on an iPhone. Several unpopular circumstances have plunged public opinion of the company and its leadership.

PODCAST: Researchers take an uber

Jun 1, 2015
Uber poaches researching talent, and T-Mobile eyes prime spectrum.

Generation Z talks college and money

May 29, 2015
Four John Marshall High School seniors are skeptical about the future job market.
Posted In: Education, generation z, School, college, fafsa
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PODCAST: FIFA sponsorship

May 29, 2015
NYSE gets a happy hour, and a look at sponsorship for FIFA.

PODCAST: Combating algae blooms

May 28, 2015
An assessment of economic growth, combating algae blooms, and tobacco funding dries up.

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