Looking at gas station economics now and in the future, we see electric vehicle (EV) chargers as an existential threat.
Comparing two UAW strikes, we can see that the 1930s and 2023 are really not that different when we look at a changing economy.
As recorded music formats repeatedly changed during the past 50 years, we saw the progress that creative destruction can create.
Looking at trendy food takes us to South Korean tastes and the U.S. history of new foods coming and going.
When we look at an animated history of the Forbes list of the richest billionaires, we also see some economic history.
During the 70 years of her monarchy, Queen Elizabeth witnessed technological change that ranged from washing machines to cell phones.
Rather than new technology, the recent surge in the popularity of vinyl records represents a return to the past.
Identifying global innovation leaders, we can look at 132 economies, at income groups, at regions, and even creative destruction.
Far behind other countries, high-speed rail transit in the U.S. just needs to copy what the Eastern Shuttle long ago did for air travel.