What will rise up from the ashes of what was once the largest employee owned business in the country? Clean air is a start…
So it was moderately good news when the report that sales of vinyl records was on pace to outsell compact discs (CDs) for the first time since 1986.
I’ll admit, I don’t worry a lot about my privacy. But is there a limit to what I’m willing to share?
There’s an election a year from now, and many of the people affected by the UAW strike live in the states that will determine the election’s outcome.
The problem with the pleasant and efficient Chick-fil-a service.
Treat people as “infinitely replaceable” long enough and that is exactly how they are going to act.
The Justice Department has signed off on the T-Mobile/Sprint merger.
Why the world needs a far more uncompromising and holistic approach for stamping out these poisonous products for good.
“It’s like RAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIIIIIIIIIIIIINNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN”
Lee Iacocca: Ode to an icon.
Too many choices, until you cannot find what you are looking for.
George Carlin vs Those Who Own Everything
Pretending to be bewildered at the failure of recruitment and retention efforts while denying that compensation plays a role is bad business, even for government.
Without investor subsidy, can Uber compete on price? If it can’t, can it survive?
Google Assistant Is A Liar. An investigation.
A look at the Big Tech that Elizabeth Warren would bust.
I’m not sure I’ve ever seen that happen in a basketball game before. As a metaphor for college athletics and college basketball in particular, it’s amazing.
Linky Friday this weeks delves into the world of Amazon: HQ2 cancelled, NYC reacts, business, economics, Jeff Bezos, politics, unions & more