– The New York Times
The boom also reflects a broad reordering of the $3.5 trillion industry, with fewer retailers capturing more of the gains. Stores that have learned how to match the ease and instant gratification of e-commerce shopping are flourishing, while those that have failed to evolve are in bankruptcy or on the brink.
– The New Yorker
The New Yorker asks: Are today’s donor classes solving problems or creating new ones? Many corporate titans, who drive today’s philanthropy, are embedding their philanthropic values in the workplaces they run.
It has never been a better time to be a large American company, with stocks at record highs and corporate taxes at 60-plus year lows. But with great success comes great scrutiny, and big business is now getting hammered by both sides of the political aisle.
A commentary piece by Levi Strauss & Co. president and CEO Chip Bergh outlines why business leaders need to take action on gun violence to help prevent more tragedies like Parkland.