Economics/Class Relations

From toilet paper to candy bars, companies hide rising costs by shrinking the size of everyday products. Here’s what that looks like.

From toilet paper to candy bars, companies hide rising costs by shrinking the size of everyday products. Here's what that looks like.

From toilet paper to candy bars, companies hide rising costs by shrinking the size of everyday products. Here’s what that looks like.

The prices of consumer goods are increasing, from food to household necessities. Some companies are hiding this by shrinking product sizes instead.

READ MORE

More than one-third of US states may follow California and ban the sale of new gasoline-powered cars. Here are the states that may be next.

More than one-third of US states may follow California and ban the sale of new gasoline-powered cars. Here are the states that may be next.

California is expected to officially ban the sale of gas-powered cars by 2035. Experts say more than a dozen other states may do the same.

READ MORE

Spicy chicken nuggets are back at McDonald's. Here's how the McDonald's menu has changed through the years

Spicy chicken nuggets are back at McDonald’s. Here’s how the McDonald’s menu has changed through the years

From the controversial McRib and McPizza to the relaunch of spicy chicken nuggets, the McDonald’s menu has changed greatly over the years.

READ MORE

Mark Zuckerberg said he gave up running as exercise to take his mind off work because 'the problem with running is you can think a lot'

Mark Zuckerberg said he gave up running as exercise to take his mind off work because ‘the problem with running is you can think a lot’

Zuckerberg described waking up and looking at his phone each day as being “punched in the stomach.” He said he gave up running because it didn’t help.

READ MORE

 

Leave a Reply