The national movement to get rid of them is gaining steam – with more than 240 cities and counties passing laws that ban or tax them since 2007. New York recently became the second U.S. state to ban them. But these bans may be hurting the environment more than helping it.
– The Wall Street Journal
Companies find benefits in health-care costs and results with employees going to their selected doctors.
– The Washington Post
Amazon’s rise in Seattle has earned it a mixed reputation as both a progressive-minded economic godsend for the city and a self-centered behemoth contributing too little to address the disruption it helped create, analysts say.
Artificial intelligence technologies are increasingly being employed to improve the restaurant experience for customers and employees alike.