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2015/05/26 17:39
2015/05/26 17:39
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By Robert Freeman We have all heard the political rhetoric that has been used against unions, painting them as standing in the way of economic growth and as a drag on the freewheeling economics of...
2015/05/26 17:39
2015/05/26 17:39
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2015/05/26 10:06
2015/05/26 10:06
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The Wall Street Journal had a surprising story over the weekend, How Everyone Gets the ‘Sharing’ Economy Wrong, with the subtitle, “Uber isn’t the Uber for rides—it’s the Uber for low-wage jobs.”...
2015/05/21 00:34
2015/05/21 00:34
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By Barry Ritholtz This week, Los Angeles became the third major West Coast city and the biggest in the U.S. to agree to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour, an increase that will go into effect by...
2015/05/11 19:38
2015/05/11 19:38
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A commercial mailer had offered Lewis something usually associated with actors or dancers: An audition. It came through a nonprofit, Platform to Employment, that covered Lewis' pay through a program...
2015/05/08 13:21
2015/05/08 13:21
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May 8 -- Princeton University Professor of Economics Alan Krueger and Roger Altman, executive chairman at Evercore, talk about the impact of trade agreements on U.S. jobs and the political battle over...
2015/05/07 16:07
2015/05/07 16:07
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WASHINGTON -- Bill Lewis was under more pressure than most new hires when he began a job in information technology last year in Monroe, Connecticut. Jobless for a year, he had eight weeks to persuade...
2015/05/01 17:42
2015/05/01 17:42
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Uber’s rise has been extraordinary, and a survey of drivers reveals much about the demographics powering the $40 billion ride-hailing app. In a collaboration of Uber’s Head of Research Jonathan Hall...
2015/05/26 17:39
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