Today’s Water Cooler: NAFTA, Bombardier, Clinton uranium, Women’s March, industrial production, iPhone X, the Bezzle, robots, mindfulness
Tuesday, October 17, 2017
Getting tough about age discrimination would help address the alleged shortage of workers.
Topics: Guest Post
Posted by Yves Smith at 9:55 am |
Posted by Yves Smith at 6:55 am |
The latest Brexit follies….
How the “spitting on our veterans” meme is a remarkable and complete inversion of the facts.
Colonel Lawrence Wilkerson on why Trump is trying to decertify Iran even though he has admitted Iran is fully compliant with its agreement.
What a health care solution space looks like to our highly transactional President.
Today’s Water Cooler: Open Thread
Topics: Water Cooler
Posted by Lambert Strether at 2:00 pm |
A round–up of reactions to behavioral economist Richard Thaler’s selection for the so-called Nobel Prize for Economics.
May to Plead With Merkel as Brexit Deadlocks Domestically Too; New Data Shows UK Lacks Foreign Reserves, Meaning Even More Vulnerable to Brexit
New data showing that the UK has negative net foreign assets throws even more cold water on the idea of a Glorious Brexit.
Nail-baiting in Catalonia on the eve of Rajoy’s demand for a response…..
PG&E, tree-trimming, and profit.
American society is embracing its inner empire. Eventually, its long reach may come for us all.