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By James Livingston
Work means everything to us. But our beliefs around work are no longer plausible. In fact, they’ve become ridiculous, because there’s not enough work to go around, and what there is of it won’t pay the bills.
By Jay L. Zagorsky, The Conversation
The current U.S. economic expansion is nearly the third-longest since the 1850s, making a recession likely in 2017. It's time to get ready.
By Charles Murray
The people living in ZIP codes in the top two percentiles include almost all of those who run the nation’s culture, economy and politics.
By Vikram Mansharamani
Shifting diets toward fish has the potential to meaningfully reduce the growing pressures on the global food system.
By Ben Gomes-Casseres
This year saw another bumper crop of remarkable business deals. Even if the volume of mergers and acquisitions fell short of the 2015 record, new mergers and partnerships were formed, and some big ones were busted up.
Like with all great booms, there are unexpected consequences.
By John Wasik
He’s our Leonardo, the Shakespeare of invention.
By Diana Furchtgott-Roth
Raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour makes a good soundbite, but the people who will be hurt are those who are least able to look after themselves.
Nov. 8 will be remembered in India for a long time to come. In a televised speech to the nation, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced that cash notes representing 86 percent of the country’s circulating currency would no longer be…
By George C. Lodge
It is a truism often forgotten: Industries need regulation — for their own protection and profitability.
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