– The New York Times
The city offers a case study of how high housing costs alter the economics of everything else, including restaurant service.
– The Wall Street Journal
John Miller, chief executive and founder of CaliBurger LLC, finds it harder to find employees these days. His solution is Flippy, a robot that turns the burgers and cleans the hot, greasy grill. Flippy the burger chef doesn’t complain about the drudgery of grill work and never leaves the kitchen.
– USA Today
As female candidates run in record numbers for elective office in this year’s midterm elections, they also are changing the traditional campaign scripts – taking on once-taboo topics and pushing gender to the forefront of their political campaigns and advertising.
– The Atlantic
From The Atlantic: “Amazon Flex allows drivers to get paid to deliver packages from their own vehicles. But is it a good deal for workers?”