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Even in an era of single-party dominance in state legislatures, it is a stunning notion: It is the first time in more than a century that only one state has split control of its legislative chambers, and is one more indication of the depth of the nation’s bifurcated political sensibilities.
Operators have banded together to address growing concerns.
Gig economy jobs are starting to look more like traditional employment in many ways. Forbes explores a few interesting trendlines.
Look out, Airbnb! Recharge, a San Francisco startup that made headlines a few years ago for offering hotel stays by the minute (for a nap, shower or phone call, the company says), is expanding to offer the same service in people’s homes.