Ivy League and other elite colleges have become even more economically exclusive.
Wednesday, August 23, 2017
Today’s Water Cooler: North Korea, Texas Dems, consumer price index, the bezzle, Uber, Google, and moral panics, Antarctic fruit cake, Norma
Topics: Water Cooler
Posted by Lambert Strether at 2:00 pm |
The costs of sticking with obviously failed austerity policies just keep rising.
The war for control of Uber gets uglier…..
Posted by Yves Smith at 6:55 am |
It would be nice if people who made pronouncements about the financial crisis knew what they were talking about.
You can take the consumer to the online grocery store, but getting them to buy is another proposition entirely.
An Elon Musk tweet prompts a new round of debate over the risk of AI to jobs and social stability.
Today’s Water Cooler: NAFTA, White House Marines, producer prices, Blue Apron, debt, privatization, trash collection, A.R. Ammons
The Wall Street Journal gives a case study on how Facebook hounds even small fry competitors.
Have management fads contributed to the fall in productivity growth?
Wall Street Journal Deigns to Notice Costly Indiana Toll Road Failure, Depicts It as Isolated When Toll Roads “Consistently” Go Bust
Toll road projects have consistently failed over the last decade and a half, but you never hear that in the mainstream press.
While the National Nurses Union back national health care, they are cautiously calling only for Medicare for All, not a more robust system.
Today’s Water Cooler: Tinfoil, North Korea, Kamala Harris, Zuckerberg, productivity, wholesale trade, Tesla, biochar, Ferguson, barbed wire