One of the anomalies of the current U.S. economy is that workers seem more satisfied with it than economists are. It comes down to their view of the labor market: Workers are right to welcome its stability, and economists are right that wage growth is lacking.
– San Francisco Chronicle
The gig economy, hailed for freeing workers to set their own hours but assailed for stripping them of benefits and legal protections, doesn’t play much of a role in the state’s burgeoning cannabis sector.
– The Atlantic
In the biggest picture, the retail industry is working to figure out what Amazon-proof businesses belong in brick-and-mortar stores. For now, the answer seems to be restaurants.
– The New York Times
The New York Times commentary links Type A personality traits with the downfall of successful chief executives. The piece uses Nissan’s former CEO Carlos Ghosn as an example or a powerful leader that had a swift fall from grace and offers “four lines of defense to avoid the Ghosn-style debacles.