Tag Archives: business

The role of Non-Compete Agreements in Florida and Abroad

Chase Tavernier – In recent years, there has been a fierce debate revolving around the use and justification of non-compete agreements in employer-employee relationships. The two sides of this debate can be witnessed by recognizing how various entities choose to define what a non-compete agreement is. Some regard non-compete agreements as stifling “wage growth, career […]

Battle of Tech Giants: Apple and Facebook Clash Over Consumer Data Privacy

Beatriz da Rosa – Two Silicon Valley titans, Apple and Facebook, continue crossing swords over what could be the start of a new era of data privacy regulation in the United States. These tech giants currently dispute Apple’s iOS 14.5 update, expected to become available to iPhone and iPad users sometime this month. This new […]

Crypto-Haven: How Miami Plans on Transforming the Beachside City Into a Technological Hotbed

Kareem Tabba – Earlier this month, Miami’s city commission approved the first step of a resolution that would put Miami at the forefront of the Bitcoin and cryptocurrency revolutions. In a 4-1 vote, the city commission voted in favor of a resolution to study the feasibility of “diversifying [the city’s] investment portfolio” and holding a […]

Fintechs, Mortgages, and Consumer Consequences

Alexandra Tipton- In today’s digital world, consumers expect everything to be at their fingertips – including their banking and financial services. This desire has led to a rise in financial technology (“fintech”) companies ranging from stock trading apps, such as Robinhood, to money transfer apps, including PayPal and Venmo. However, some consumers are looking to […]