– The Wall Street Journal
The next round of U.S. tariffs aimed at Chinese imports could wind up hurting a major product that initially comes from America: fish.
– The Washington Post
According to a report released this week by the survey researcher Morning Consult, when brands or CEOs speak about Trump, whether in a positive or negative light, it’s far more likely to create backlash on one side than goodwill on the other.
This pattern of preference for the same gender can, at least in part, be explained by a psychological phenomenon known as “similar-to-me” bias. “You tend to hire and have people on your team who are similar to you,” says Namely chief client officer Debra Squyres.
– The Century Foundation
In a book released online today, labor leader David Rolf calls the decline of unions in recent decades, “an invitation to reimagine a labor movement that is even stronger, bolder, and more inclusive.”