The “French Elvis”

Johnny Hallyday’s music was a hit because he was part of the French New Wave, one after the destruction and low morale of the second world war, which looked up to American culture, such as pulp fiction and Elvis.

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Corporate Philanthropists Turned Activists

Businesses are playing an increasingly active role in social, political, and environmental issues, whether they like it or not.

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Can Venmo’s Impressive Success Protect it from Competitive Threats?

Gone are the days of fumbling for cash, extended IOUs, and awkward splitting of bills; money-sharing app Venmo has quickly become an integral part of the millennial’s financial world.

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Grime Gaining Fame

Grime, as a culture and a music style, originates from England but has recently gained a lot a traction in the States.

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