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Why having explored the humanities is a career plus.
Today's Water Cooler: Onward Together, the Census, purchasing managers flash, oil, and more to come.
New study on the EHR debacle shows that our multiple payer system creates the complexity that prevents cost-saving and makes EHRs so hard to implement
ExxonMobil is engaged in unprecedented efforts to sue and harass in court those are investigating and suing the company over global warming
Larry Summers and Anna Stansbury challenge the idea that workers getting a smaller cut of the productivity gains pie is due to technology.
Indentured servitude is the new idea for how to get immigrants to come to American at less than minimum wage pay.
By Lambert Strether of Corrente. Patient readers, I started today filled with good intentions, and then got a late start. I will add more material in a bit! –lambert Trade “China’s got a trade problem that can’t be solved by Belt and Road” [South China Morning Post]. “That’s Belt and Road for you, a storm […]
Quelle surprise! The B Team, a supposed top group for "responsible business," punts on tax transparency.
A Russiagate debate.
Politicians and economists are meeting at Davos, but as times change, does neoliberalism retain its cachet?
Housing has too often become a source of insecurity rather than security.
@USofCare, accounting control fraud, financial predation, conflict of interest, and abuse of workers.
Another item on the Brexit problem list: what to do about free trade agreements that will cease to apply to the UK on Brexit day.
There is a fear that certain reforms could further exacerbate inequality....
Today's Water Cooler: Open thread.
Blockchain plays have collapsed at an astonishing speed.
Their relaxed approach to work stemmed from their faith in the providence of their environment and confidence in their ability to exploit it