Tag: March April 2017

Rebuilding the labor force for multifamily

Several days earlier, the writer, narrator, producer, actor and former host of the popular television show Dirty Jobs delivered the same message to a...

Class warfare and how the Vietnam war finally ends

“He got rid of the intellectual elites,” said my guide. “Brutal—but I think it saved our country. I mean, consider what happens to a...

Economics: supply and demand

For those of you who’ve been in a cave recently (and one without internet access), United Airlines recently encountered a situation where they had...

Time for tax reform

Not since the days of Ronald Reagan, Bill Bradley and Jack Kemp has a wholesale overhaul of America’s tax code been as seriously considered...

Follow thy prospect

The growth of new websites is hyperbolic with an estimated 140 thousand websites launching each day. Digital ad sales for the first half of...

The ever-prescient landlord

In August 2016, Seattle, Wash., a city where the U.S. Census bureau estimates that 48 percent of the population are renters, the city council...

Net neutrality: the real story

Since Donald Trump’s election, the rhetoric surrounding net neutrality’s imminent demise has been frenzied. Every move by newly appointed Federal Communications Commission (FCC) chair...

The real deal on getting bumped

A total of 928.9 million domestic and international travelers flew on U.S. and foreign air carriers in 2016, beating the previous record of 897.9...

Philanthropy in America is becoming an ideological arms race, says author

Many have become philanthropists, and they are reshaping public policy, and society, as they see fit. And because of their numbers, they have far...

Taking the Internet of Things beyond four walls

The idea of a smart home is an appealing one. Light switches that turn on and off when you enter or leave a room,...

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