Immigrants have long been a scapegoat when economies are sputtering, jobs are being lost or security is a concern.
Uber has suffered a spate of bad publicity in recent days after allegations of harassment and discrimination from a former software engineer.
Remember October 2008 — the bank bailouts, the spiking unemployment rate, the stock market free fall?
More than two dozen governments, including the U.S., now have a team of behavioral scientists tasked with trying to improve bureaucratic efficiency to “nudge” their citizens toward what they deem to be higher levels of well-being.
Throughout the 2016 presidential campaign, Donald Trump made much of his business experience, claiming he’s been “creating jobs and rebuilding neighborhoods my entire adult life.”