A reading of what has changed since the crash and what problems remain.
Uber's latest financial report confirms Hubert Horan's predictions.
Why shareholders are getting a raw deal out of the misguided corporate fixation on "maximizing shareholder value," and Elizabeth Warren's new bill is therefore good for them.
Even the Sacramento Bee is compelled to call out CalPERS executives for their failure to do basic checking when hiring former CFO Charles Asubonten.
How French ports and hence France look set to lose in Brexit.
Today's Water Cooler: China trade, Warren's corporate governance proposal, midterms, productivity, inventories, retail, Elon Musk, UPS contract, infrastructure, economic anxiety, cash
How France still exerts influence over the CFA franc zone.
A new report examines the path to global social progress. Unfortunately, there are no easy answers.
Progressives are waking up to the fact that most unions are not on their side.
Not only does America love guns but the Administration really loves gun merchants.
Today's Water Cooler: Tariff equilibria, Avenatti in Iowa, Pelosi, midterms, Wesley Bell, Strzok, paper ballots, antifa, small business optimism, single payer, out-of-network billing, collections, rain forests
American Academy of Pediatrics highlights health concerns for children from plastics, and recommends reducing use of plastics, and not microwaving them or placing them in the dishwasher.
A high level look at the upheaval in Turkey.
Another attack on union funding.
Debunking American exceptionalism on a pet obsession: the ability to get rich.
Today's Water Cooler: NAFTA, Seth Moulton, Trump in NY-21 and NY-22, capital spending, shipping, Google's dark patterns, capacity constraints, smart cities, ayahuasca
Fracking companies are drilling too many wells in close proximity to one another, and when they frack the newer wells — known as child wells — those “bash” or "hit" the older wells, cannibalizing production and sometimes damaging the older well. The industry knows not how to solve this problem.