Searching for the cause of rising food prices, we find a smaller picture that relates to corn and also a larger image of worldwide reasons.
Knowing that it needs to eliminate its driver shortage, Uber is trying to increase supply by offering higher wages.
Especially evident during pandemic lockdowns, at home we have a chores gap that determines who does the housework.
On the surface, rescheduling the Tokyo Olympics could sound manageable but looking at ticket refunds reveals the gargantuan costs.
Different and yet similar, producers are facing a slew of supply shortages whose causes range from the pandemic to the weather.
Almost like the perfect storm, chip shortages were created by a convergence of problems that rippled around the world.
While we know that the pandemic gender gap grew, we need to look more closely at mothers to see who, how, why, and where.
Whether looking at lumber or houses, we see a housing boom that is an example of classic supply and demand.
The product differentiation that led everyone to love bucatini also created a mystery when it disappeared from supermarket shelves.