Category: Infographics

Recommerce: The Secondhand Goods Economy

For eBay, the sale of secondhand goods has been a part of business since day one. Consumers worldwide understand the ways in which recommerce can generate both income and sustainability. After all, why strain the planet to create new products when one can purchase pre-owned goods for less money? In the recession caused by the 2020 pandemic, the buying and selling of pre-owned goods has grown. 72% of US eBay …
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Identifying the Hidden Threat

What do basketball and cybersecurity have in common? More than you think. When you break down the stats, it’s usually all about finding the hidden threat before its too late. Cybersecurity has zero days and ransomware attack vectors. Our news outlets have been flooded with them lately: Colonial Pipeline, JBS Foods, AXA, and the list keeps growing. Basketball just posted its NBA 2020-21 season stats. Tobias Harris just posted many …
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Knowing Your Risk in the Fight Against COVID-19

Fighting COVID-19 now requires knowing your risk. As of May 2021, nearly 50% of American adults had been at least partially vaccinated against COVID-19, but the risks continue. From December to March, hesitancy about getting the vaccine fell by half. Many people admitted that they could be persuaded to get the vaccine if it meant that they could stop wearing masks and travel freely. In the last two weeks of …
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How Remote Work Impacts the Wage Gap

What an unparalleled year it has been for the workplace.  So many people had their first chance of relative flexible freedom with remote work that there is a Great Resignation effect happening in the world.  Many would rather quit versus go back to the office.  Others, rather than sheltering in job and settling are moving to greener pastures – some by literally moving to other areas.  If you can keep …
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