Why Pregnancy Remains a Labor Force Issue

Whether looking at entrepreneurs who need venture capital funding, UPS drivers, or Walmart warehouse workers, we could see pregnancy discrimination.

Why a Higher Minimum Wage is like a Google Map

Using a multi-disciplined lens, the University of Washington’s most recent study of Seattle’s $15 minimum wage conveyed considerable insight.

Six Facts That Tell You What Is Happening to U.S. Manufacturing

While it depends where you look and the industries you select, you can see that U.S. manufacturing is now experiencing a modest rebound.

The Value of the Brands We Love the Most

Adding to the value of a good or a service, firms in the top 15 global brands like Apple and Amazon have our loyalty by distinguishing what they produce.

When Gasoline is Like Spotify

We used to buy what we needed. Now we subscribe. If you live in Chicago, you can sign up for a weekly gasoline delivery subscription. For $16 a month plus the price of the gas, Yoshi will fill up your…

Deciding If Lab-Made Meat Can Be Called Meat

Ranchers and poultry farmers are supporting legislation that requires lab-made meat labels to indicate the product is not real meat.

The Package That Amazon Returned

Now that Amazon’s HQ2 will not be in Long Island City, New York, we can ask if the multi-billion dollar incentive package was worth the tradeoffs.

The Case of the Missing Chips

A New York federal court recently explained why it was okay for our potato chip bags to have excessive air that is called slack fill.

The Pizza War That Pepperoni Started

The chef that left New York’s Prince Street Pizza to start his own restaurant could find himself fighting a pizza war because of his pepperoni recipe.

The Beer Ads That Started the Corn Syrup War

During Super Bowl LIII, Bud Light’s beer ads started a corn syrup war that unfolded during the game and after but was really about product differentiation.