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“Promise programs” for community college are a good step, but there are more urgent needs.
How they deal with the economy they inherit can give us a sense of their strengths and shortcomings.
We don’t know how it would be paid for, but students failed by the K-12 system need a second chance.
The players want more control over their workplace and careers.
Wise economic management can help those left behind economically.
The odds-driven view of life is corroding our society and country.
The question at hand: why haven’t wages gone up as the job market tightened?
It’s touted as a way to deal with job displacement caused by robots, but we need better ideas.
Managers can make good policy through understanding and respecting their customers.
The most productive way to view the tariffs on China is that they are a negotiating tactic.
The systems could reduce the impact of power outages, whether they’re caused by storms or hackers.
Major changes to the electric power industry will impact our lives.
A savings plan for those at the bottom of the economic order would be a benefit to everybody.
Good management knows that great service helps attract and retain customers
An economy cannot survive and thrive when one sector — health care — devours so many resources.
“Ten Great Ideas About Chance” contains not only ideas but questions that prompted their discovery.
Real estate and the stock market are vulnerable to bubbles, while debt requires monthly payments.
What is needed is not more outsider tests but more classroom tests and higher academic quality.
The issue: Can unions charge fees to non-members covered by collective bargaining agreements?
The economic theory of free trade is no help because it is fragile.