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The Nordic country’s experiment does not show justification for a Guaranteed Annual Income.
They’re both wrong about economics’ role in our current dysfunction.
They either want to spend money we don’t have or soak the rich with no plan for using the revenue.
Breaking bread with employees can foster trust and communication.
We need to know if we should expect an explosive, inflationary growth of wages and prices.
The CIS report provides a very valuable respite from the windbags and tragedy-mongers.
Put our best and brightest in a “leave your egos at the door” environment to come up with a solution.
Will restaurateurs will spend millions on gadgets to avoid paying workers 15 bucks an hour?
Casual conversations and good listening can give managers valuable perspectives.
Oversharing can reveal doubts and uncertainties to no positive purpose.
But Bitcoin appears destined for the dustbin, and Blockchain is encumbered by limitations.
Either we can change the flawed system, or watch it change on its own.
General Electric’s tumble should remind companies of the importance of cash flow.
They base their decision on genuine economic research, they will not.
The damage done to families by 1960s welfare policies must be repaired.
When a situation requires innovation and resourcefulness, we want a human being at the helm.
The so-called “caravan” is an effort to test our border security system. Europe failed a similar test.
Our banks seem better prepared than last time to withstand the assaults of market volatility.
Teams might be productive without managers, but they can’t do it without leaders.
If it passes, we’ll probably see higher prices for gasoline, heating oil and electricity.