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Follow the Chinese Money Along the One Belt, One Road Initiative

China is spending heavily on infrastructure in numerous nations left behind by former colonial powers. Here are the Chinese and foreign companies set to gain from that massive outflow of Chinese yuan.

Brexit Already Hits the U.K. Economy Where It Is Most Vulnerable

Britain is falling in world talent rankings, in the latest sign that Brexit is chasing away skilled workers.

How Much Do You Know About Farmer's Markets?

Spending money at a farmer's market keeps your money feeding into the local economy.

We Just Hung Out With 60,000 Bees!

On the #AlphaRising road trip to Hackensack University Medical Center, we went out on the roof and hung out with the 60,000 honeybees they are harvesting to make honey and help the community.

Put Denim in Your Walls and Get Healthy

We got an inside look at all the recyclable materials used to build the Women and Children's Hospital at Hackensack University Medical Center in NJ. It turns out, you can use the same materials to remove carcinogens from your home.

How Deirdre Imus Is Changing Lives, One Plastic Bottle at a Time

Alpha Rising got an exclusive tour of the Deirdre Imus Environmental Center and learned about the tons of things they are doing to save lives and prevent environmental cancers.

Mars Inc.'s Push to Get Wind in Your Candy

Berta De Pablos-Barbier, president of Mars Wrigley Confectionery U.S., spoke with #AlphaRising about how the company is addressing climate change and how your M&M'S will be affected by it all.

The Worst Stock Market Crashes in U.S. History

A roundup of the worst stock market crashes in history including the crash of '29, Black Monday and the 2008-2009 crisis.

America's Love for Pumpkins by the Numbers: Video

It's no secret that Americans love their pumpkins. We take a look at the numbers behind the gourd that launched a thousand lattes.

Tesla Steals Big Auto's Chinese Lunch (Apparently)

Tesla has first-mover advantage with electric cars yet again, this time apparently with a 100% -owned factory planned for Shanghai. Its competitors never learn.