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Finding Your Path: Exploring Corporate vs. Startup Culture

Over 100 million businesses are launched annually around the world, according to GEM Global Report. This staggering number shows just how popular the idea of founding a startup has become around the world. In every city, people are trying to turn their ideas into businesses unlike ever before. This massive growth of startups is making […]

Foundations of Christology: A Look at Scripture

Who is Jesus Christ? This question marks the starting point of Christology, a major branch of theology that studies the nature and being of Jesus. Christology has had a prominent role in Christian history, helping to shape major areas of doctrine. Perhaps most notable is the Council of Chalcedon in A.D. 451, which rebuffed several […]

Digital Threats: How Law Enforcement Uses Social Media to Fight Crime

Social media use has transformed the world, changing both personal lives and professional lives. For law enforcement, Facebook in particular is revealing threats to communities. More and more police departments, in their commitment to protect and serve, are finding that social media can be an invaluable tool in their investigations. Methods of Social Media Use […]

Bridging the Gap: Redefining International Business Communication Technology

In his book The World Is Flat, New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman describes how the world has become “flat” – meaning that, thanks to the personal computer and the innovations it spawned, instantaneous communication around the globe is possible. Nowhere has this change had more impact than on the international business community. Because of […]

Business in the Bluegrass: Kentucky’s Emerging Industries

The assumption about Kentucky’s economy is that the state has three main exports: fried chicken, tobacco and bourbon. However, the reality is that the Bluegrass State’s economy is far more complex and diverse. And with new industries emerging, now is an exciting time for business professionals in the commonwealth. Overview of Kentucky’s Economy Kentucky’s most […]

Two Years Later: How Kynect Has Impacted Kentucky’s Healthcare System

Since its second enrollment period ended in March, Kentucky’s health benefit exchange has been celebrated by state government leaders as a success story of the Affordable Care Act. Known as Kynect, the exchange has provided thousands of uninsured citizens with health insurance coverage. It has also drawn its share of controversy. Although much of the […]

Analyzing Drug Prevention and Criminal Justice in Kentucky

Between 2000 and 2010, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported a 55 percent increase in heroin-related deaths. Kentucky has experienced the full force of this surge in usage, replacing the prescription pill problem that recently ravaged counties. Both the pill problem and now the heroin epidemic have caused Kentucky to devote extensive […]