With the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022TM just around the corner, the quadrennial questions are, once again, swirling around the event and its economic practicality in a developing country that had to spend billions of dollars to construct the required, large-capacity stadiums and corresponding necessities. Will the broadcasting profits and tourism and publicity boosts ultimately result in economic profitability for the country, or will Qatar never overcome its initial construction and bribery costs?Continue Reading

Due to the continued effects of the chip shortage, both consumers and companies are taking the burden of supply issues and hiked prices, while silicon chip manufacturers are benefiting greatly. Consumers are forced to pay higher prices for the limited supply of chip-goods available as businesses struggle to maintain similar profit-margins as before the shortages began.Continue Reading