Could Google start charging consumers for searches? What would happen if it did?
Theoretically, Google can do anything they want with the money they have.
Realistically, if Google decided to charge consumers per search, it would not end in
In April 2008 Google had almost 62% of all online searches. By comparison, Yahoo and
Microsoft had only 20% and 9% respectively. Why?
Google has really done well with making a name for itself over the years. The reason
they have become a household name is
Almost 200 years ago, Supreme Court Justice John Marshall wrote, "The power to tax is
the power to destroy." Explain what he meant.
Trying to dig deeper than the obvious, I could see two different interpretations of what
John Marshall meant 200 years ago.
We all have heard about the "housing bust" especially in places like Florida and Nevada.
Find a recent news article about the housing bust. In two or three sentences, identify the
main points of the article. How do the events described in the article affe
According to Wikipedia.com, inflation is a rise in the general level of goods and services
in an economy over a period of time. This means that generally, as the level of price
rises, each piece of currency buys fewer goods and services. This can be said
According to the Bureau of Economic Analysis, the real gross domestic product is
defined as being the output of goods and services produced by labor and property of the
United States of America. As of the latest release date being, May 31, 2012, the annua
What are the three main forces driving the Economy?
The three main forces driving the economy are technological change, globalization, and
evolution in financial markets.
Technological change is always an occurrence as life on Earth progresses. Technologi
The definition of a business cycle is the reoccurring pattern of recession and expansion in
an economy. Business cycles are indeed inevitable because of the ups and downs the
economy will always experience. For the economy to not experience any business c