By Sabrina Wong
This past Wednesday, the FDA’s policies regulating the sale of flavored e-cigarettes have officially been put into effect. Convenience stores and gas stations nationwide will not be permitted to sell e-cigarettes in flavors except for tobacco, mint, and menthol unless they either restrict minors from entering their stores altogether, or create a store segment where minors cannot enter.
By Ethan Wu and Emily Shiang
The first thing one notices about ThriveCash, a lending service, is exactly who it’s meant for. Its website is crammed with testimonials from beaming college students describing their experiences with ThriveCash. Anderson from Harvard got $5,000 to secure housing in NYC. Rachel from NYU went on summer getaways with friends. Tom from RIT paid off a security deposit. Friendly illustrations and a texting helpline complete the picture of a product targeted at enterprising—but perhaps financially inexperienced—undergrads.
By Winny Sun
On March 6th, Chinese telecom giant Huawei sued the United States government, accusing it of unfairly banning the company from the U.S. market without providing any incriminating evidence.