About 11 months ago

10/21/2019 - In A Strong Economy, Why Are So Many Workers On Strike?

– The New York Times
The backdrop for this trend is a rising gap between the money employers are making and the portion they’re sharing with workers.
 
– POLITICO
It looks like New York will be the next battleground for labor advocates and rideshare companies and the outcome could impact national future of work conversations.
– Associated Press
Thousands of restaurants are experimenting with these virtual spinoffs tucked inside their own kitchens. Others are opening “ghost kitchens,” where food is prepared strictly for delivery or pick-up.
 
– The Washington Post
A new book, building on Thomas Piketty’s work argues that the Trump tax cuts may be widening the income inequality gap.