– The New York Times
The backdrop for this trend is a rising gap between the money employers are making and the portion they’re sharing with workers.
It looks like New York will be the next battleground for labor advocates and rideshare companies and the outcome could impact national future of work conversations.
– Associated Press
Thousands of restaurants are experimenting with these virtual spinoffs tucked inside their own kitchens. Others are opening “ghost kitchens,” where food is prepared strictly for delivery or pick-up.
– The Washington Post
A new book, building on Thomas Piketty’s work argues that the Trump tax cuts may be widening the income inequality gap.