4 of 23: Applied Materials

On their website, Applied Materials has a timeline of relevant events dating back to the 1970’s, when they opened their headquarters in Santa Clara, California. In 2018 they were named one of the World’s Most Admired Companies by Fortune. They were also the first semiconductor equipment manufacturer to exceed $1 billion in annual sales and have their system added to the permanent collection in the … Continue reading 4 of 23: Applied Materials

Zoning Out: How the Trump Tax Cuts are Making Gentrification Worse by Jay Edgar

            You might remember the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. President Trump’s solitary legislative accomplishment secured a massive handout to the wealthiest individuals and corporations, slightly rose taxes on the lower middle class, and enabled longtime Republican-supporting companies like Home Depot to create a positive news cycle for themselves and the party by giving employees a one-time bonus of $100 around Christmas. You know, like … Continue reading Zoning Out: How the Trump Tax Cuts are Making Gentrification Worse by Jay Edgar