Nasdaq | Dow Jones Business News
Chevron Phillips is among dozens of companies spending millions of dollars to train a local labor force.
The Washington Post | Vivek Wadhwa
Within seven years the smartphones in our pockets will be as computationally intelligent as we are.
The Brookings Institution | Joshua Bleiberg and Darrell M. West
The breadth and depth of Big Data could lead to negative outcomes for consumers.
The New York Times | Eduardo Porter
If the job market cannot keep hardworking people out of poverty and spread prosperity more broadly, how will it be done?
The Washington Post | Matt O’Brien
A growing economy hasn’t really translated into growing incomes for median households the last 15 years.
The Brookings Institution | Hollie Russon Gilman
One aspect of civic tech includes the use of technology by governments to deepen the democratic relationship between citizens and their state.
The New York Times | Zeynep Tufekci
Machines are getting smarter, and they’re coming for more and more jobs.
The Conversation | Bob Bussel
Unions have been pummeled by globalization, the shift to a service economy, an unfavorable political climate, and employer resistance.
The Brookings Institution | Robert E. Litan
As more tools for connecting people, businesses, and ideas are developed and refined, the pace of innovation will speed up.
The Guardian | Tom Clark
Wingham Rowan wants to harness technology to make zero-hours culture less exploitative.
The Washington Post | Harold Meyerson
Dealing with the pressures of globalization, technology, and the rise of shareholder capitalism will require far-reaching and innovative initiatives.
National Journal | Sophie Quinton
Well-designed skills programs and corporate partnerships are giving high school students an edge in launching their careers.
Vanity Fair | Vanity Fair
We lean toward the view that the American Dream is more robust right now than at any time in the past.
The Brookings Institution | Mohit Kaushal and Scott Nolan
With humble beginnings in rote task automation, AI will very soon exhibit intuitive, seemingly emotional capabilities.
The Conversation | Matthew C Weinzierl
In the 1910s, Americans decided to make personal and corporate income taxes a permanent feature of the US economy.
The Washington Post | Robert J. Samuelson
Society’s capacity to innovate is crucial to generating the wealth needed to raise incomes and dampen social conflicts.
The New York Times | Patricia Cohen
It’s not only what you have, but how you feel.
Business Insider | Jacquelyn Smith
By 2019, the number of devices connected to the Internet of Things will grow from 2.5 billion in 2014 to almost 24 billion.
The New York Times | Tina Rosenberg
The Global Burden of Disease study is a single scientific project on a scale with the moon landing or mapping the human genome.
NPR | Carrie Feibel
Houston firefighters now use computer tablets loaded with a video chat application to consult with doctors.
The Brookings Institution | Joshua Bleiberg and Hillary Schaub
Previous years lists included ultraprivate smartphones, brain mapping, neuromorphic chips, mobile collaboration, and micro 3-D printing.
The Guardian | Danny Bradbury
What does this universe of connected devices mean for our privacy?
The Conversation | Steven C. Ward
Policies and technologies promising to dramatically revolutionize teaching and education have led to a decline in teacher morale.
Business Insider | Tomas Hirst
Potential growth in advanced economies has slowed from an average of over 2% per year to around 1.6%.
The Washington Post | Catherine Rampell
In March, average hourly earnings for private employees rose 7 cents, or about 0.3 percent, to $24.86.
The Conversation | Mitchell Stevens
Digital intelligence is now embedded in higher education.
The Brookings Institution | Tech Tank
Amy demonstrates a new chapter in the interaction between humans and AIs.
The New York Times | Neil Irwin
The American job market seemed to be roaring, but most every other measure of the economy was softer.
McKinsey & Company | Michael Spence
Nobel Prize-winning economist Michael Spence discusses how increased structural flexibility could encourage stronger global economic growth.
Bloomberg Business | Joe Weisenthal
Plans to increase compensation are at the highest levels since 2008.
The New York Times | Thomas B. Edsall
The success of high-tech companies like Apple and Google masks an overall downward trend in key measures of business vitality.
Bloomberg Business | Anna-Louise Jackson
Small companies accounted for about 23 percent of all nonfarm private jobs created last year.
The New York Times | Neil Irwin
Inequality is being driven by the sharp upward movement of the very top of the income distribution.