The federal labor board’s top prosecutor seems primed to steer the agency toward reversing many of the rulings that expanded workers’ rights during the Obama administration.
The Most Effectively Managed U.S. Companies-and How They Got That Way
– The Wall Street Journal
The Drucker Institute releases its inaugural list of Management Top 250, ranking companies based on five areas that reflect business guru Peter Drucker’s core principles of management. While tech companies dominate the list, companies from other sectors earn high marks as well. The Wall Street Journal explores here.
From Quartz: “Even though Amazon represents a small portion of the overall retail industry, it dominates the industry’s sales growth. We wondered: Does Amazon create more jobs than it destroys? The answer: It depends-on whether you are a robot.”
– The Washington Examiner
Demographic trendlines favor Democrats, but can they capitalize?