When did subsidies for oil companies start?

Answer On July 29, 2005, the United States Senate approved the energy bill, which granted subsidies to oil companies. President George W. Bush signed the bill just a few day later on August 8, 2005. There... Read More »

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When did health insurance companies start?

According to the Economic History Association, Blue Cross was the first health care insurance company. It started in 1929, when a group of teachers contracted with Baylor University Hospital in Dal... Read More »

When did can companies start using flip top cans?

The modern flip top soda can came about in the late 1970s, after increased concerns over an abundance of litter from pull ring tops, which came into use during the mid-60s. The "flip top," also kno... Read More »

When will Coca Cola and other soft drink companies start using Stevia...?

i would say when the FDA approves it for a food additive and not just a supplement. looks to me like the FDA is very against it.***EDIT*** i read 3 articles before i found this one. you would think... Read More »

What Are the Benefits of Government Subsidies?

A government subsidy is money paid by the government in order to keep prices lower than their expected market value. A government subsidy is typically used to keep an industry from going out of bus... Read More »