Articles by Paz Gómez
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, commonly known as drones, are increasingly part of our urban landscapes. The number of drones employed for commercial use in the United States will surpass 420,000 in 2021, according to the US Federal Aviation Administration.
Fintech solutions are here to stay, whether banks want them or not. They shouldn’t forget that while banking is necessary, banks are not.
Chicago’s poor economic performance is prompting state lawmakers to discuss its secession from Illinois.
Minimum-wage legislation is the story of unions and politicians allying against unskilled, non-unionized, and poor workers and families and calling it “social justice.”
When Michael Bennett arrived in Venezuela, his biggest surprise was how much control the government had over people’s minds. The Chavista propaganda has been effective at convincing many people that the state is always a benefactor.
Incumbents are so scared that they spent over $1.4 million in 2017 alone on lobbying for bills to restrict the operation of car-sharing startups or to impose the same laws and taxes applied to car-rental companies. However, Turo’s path to success shows that innovation in the industry was long overdue.
Blockchain and Us is an eye-opening documentary that packs 20 interviews with software developers, cryptographers, regulators, entrepreneurs, consultants, and futurists from the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Switzerland, and Australia.
A little-known fact about New York state is that it has virtually no for-profit community hospitals. Thanks to laws in place since the mid-1960s, the Empire State effectively bans hospital ownership by corporations and discourages private investment.