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By: Technavio
19
Jan 2017
For most of us living north of the Mason–Dixon line, mosquitos are simply annoying pests that we have to deal with in the spring and summer. The worst they can do is give us unattractive spots and make us uncomfortably itchy. But soon all of that may change. As the Earth warms up, mosquitos that...
By: Technavio
18
Jan 2017
When you think about SeaWorld, I’m sure the first thing to pop into your mind is the documentary Blackfish or orcas doing tricks or orcas hurting trainers. I’m sure the first thing on your mind is not that SeaWorld shares rose 12% throughout December 2016. But things may finally be looking up for...
By: Technavio
17
Jan 2017
Hard apple cider isn’t just for the Brits anymore Hard apple cider has been around since the collapse of the Roman Empire. Though it is most popular in Europe, (analysts at Technavio estimate that Europe accounts for 62.95% of the global market), it has been around the United States for a long...
By: Technavio
17
Jan 2017
Over the past few years, more and more universities in the US have been dropping certain standardized test requirements: Barnard College and Columbia University dropped the SAT Subject Test and SAT/ACT essay requirements, Hampshire College dropped all test requirements, and Harvard University...
By: Technavio
16
Jan 2017
According to KPMG's Global Automotive Executive Survey 2017, 90% of auto executives believe that battery electric vehicles will dominate the market by 2025. The same survey indicates that 93% of the executives will be investing in electric vehicles over the next five years. These results seem to...

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