– The New York Times
As environmental concerns grow, chains like Burger King and McDonald’s are rethinking what to offer with children’s meals.
Though retention and workplace management seem trickier than ever, employers are not powerless against this wave of employee burnout.
Amazon is a company that is accustomed to winning, but the $869 billion e-commerce giant has spent the last few weeks suffering through humbling defeats.
– The New Yorker
A Brooklyn co-op has more than 17,000 members where everyone pays a $25 joining fee, plus an “investment” of $100; and everyone works. The place runs on sweat equity: your blood for bread, your labor for lox.