Thinking of the craft beer makers’ CO2 shortages, we can say that not everyone is worried about too much CO2.
What We Need to Know About Uber
Knowing that it needs to eliminate its driver shortage, Uber is trying to increase supply by offering higher wages.
What a Difference a Fan Makes…Maybe
This week, during the first five days of the 2021 Australian Open, the stadium was packed…by pandemic standards. It was 50 percent occupied with up to 30,000 fans. Then, authorities declared a snap lockdown because of a Covid outbreak. The…
COVID’s Divorce Rate Surprises
I suspect that you (as did I) will find the newest numbers on the divorce rate rather surprising. Six Facts: Covid Divorce Rates 1. Pre-Pandemic for the U.S. Before the pandemic began, divorce rates had been trending downward: 2.…
Why It’s Tough to Turn Around a Big Ship
Large container ships can carry approximately 22,000 boxes called TEUs (Twenty-foot Equivalent Units). Above, the vessel in our featured image has 15,000 containers. In just one of them, you can add 48,000 bananas to the global supply chain. Or, imagine…
Will We Have More Pandemic Babies?
When we look at Google word searches, at family planning surveys, and at past multi-year disasters, we can predict pandemic birth rates.
How Covid Changed The Cost of Living
Changing the worldwide cost of living is one of the countless ways that the pandemic has impacted our daily lives.
What Christmas Trees Say About the Holiday Economy
When we look at Christmas tree demand and supply, we can get a picture of how the holiday economy will appear.
When a Mask Is Like a Lunch
Looking at the past and now, we can see the impact of non-pharmaceutical interventions for reducing COVID-19 fatalities.
What a Covid Resilience Rank Reveals
Comparing the Covid-19 response, Bloomberg’s resilience ranking tells us which countries are most successful and least disruptive.