-The New York Times
Four years after Chile embraced the world’s most sweeping measures to combat mounting obesity, a partial verdict on their effectiveness is in: Chileans are drinking a lot fewer sugar-laden beverages, according to study published Tuesday in the journal PLOS Medicine.
– The Wall Street Journal
The WSJ editorial board opines on the recent passage of the Protecting the Right to Organize (PRO) Act in the U.S. House.
Reacting to an increasingly cashless society, a hotel in Tacoma, WA is participating in a soft launch of the TipYo app to streamline the tipping experience for travelers and their workers.
– The New York Times
Sarah Miller is part of a broader movement among those on the left targeting corporate power, which is reaching a pivotal moment as Democratic presidential candidates like Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts call for the breaking up of the tech giants. Riding that wave, Miller and her fellow activists have an ambitious goal: to rewire the American economy by targeting the biggest companies in many industries, from tech to agriculture to medicine.