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Immigrants More Likely to Initiate Start-Ups than Americans

According to a recent NBC news report, immigrants start new businesses on a far more frequent basis than American, notwithstanding the visa challenges that they continue to face. In a 2016 report, the National Foundation for American Policy found that … Continue reading

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Your most sensitive data is likely exposed online. These people try to find it.

c/net: “Justin Paine sits in a pub in Oakland, California, searching the internet for your most sensitive data. It doesn’t take him long to find a promising lead. On his laptop, he opens Shodan, a searchable index of cloud servers … Continue reading

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Report Shows Austin Police More Likely to Stop Black and Hispanic Drivers

The Austin Police Department recently released a racial profiling report indicating that when police officers pulled over black and Hispanic drivers in 2018, they were twice as likely to search them and their vehicles for contraband, as compared to white … Continue reading

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RJR Cleared, PM Assigned a Fraction of Fault for Smoker's Cancer & COPD, Likely Slashing $1.6M Verdict

Stock image.  Fort Lauderdale, FL— A Florida state court jury Thursday handed down a $1.6 million-plus verdict for the respiratory disease and cancer it found a Florida woman suffered because of Philip Morris-brand cigarettes. However, the verdict apportioned the lion’s … Continue reading

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An Empirical Assessment of the Likely Impact of the International Provisions of the TCJA

Dhammika Dharmapala, The Consequences of the TCJA’s International Provisions: Lessons from Existing Research, CESifo Working Paper No. 7249 (Oct. 31, 2018), available at SSRN. Theodore P. Seto The international provisions of the Internal Revenue Code are among its least well … Continue reading

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