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Racism Impoverishes The Whole Economy

By Lisa D. Cook, a professor of economics at Michigan State University and member of the Biden-Harris transition team. Her article is republished here with permission as part of our licensing program. We welcome your comments below. Discrimination hurts just about everyone, not only its direct victims. New research shows that while the immediate targets…

The Future Of Hotel Design

By Elaine Glusac, a freelance travel journalist who contributes to The New York Times and other publications. Her article is republished here with permission as part of our licensing program. We welcome your comments below. Hotel occupancy is down 50 percent nationally in the pandemic-stifled world of travel. While hundreds of hotels nationwide remain closed…

A Step Forward In The Promise Of Ultrafast ‘Hyperloops’

By Eric A. Taub, a contributing technology writer for The New York Times. His article is republished here with permission as part of our licensing program. We welcome your comments below. Moapa, Nev. — Hyperloop technology, which promises to transport people and goods at speeds of up to 600 mph, has long seemed too good…

What To Do When Your Coworker Brings Up Politics

By Joseph Grenny, a four-time New York Times bestselling author, keynote speaker and leading social scientist for business performance. His work has been translated into 28 languages, is available in 36 countries, and has generated results for 300 of the Fortune 500. He is the cofounder of VitalSmarts, an innovator in corporate training and leadership…

Emerging From The Crisis: Helping Your Team Heal

By David Kessler, an expert on grief and a co-author, with Elisabeth Kübler-Ross, of “On Grief and Grieving.” His latest book is “Finding Meaning: The Sixth Stage of Grief.” His article is republished here with permission as part of our licensing program. Leaders Must Recognize People’s Grief And Assist Them In Finding Meaning As companies…

How To Network From Home

By Julie Weed of The New York Times. Her article is republished here with permission as part of our licensing program. We welcome your comments below. Maybe you were never comfortable networking at the office or striking up a conversation over a boxed lunch at a convention, but after half a year working inside your…

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