Gongol.com Archives: 2015 Weekly Archives
The US still imports a lot more than it exports
A strong force behind the great asset sell-off. For instance, that's why lots of Chinese buyers are picking up American real estate.
When does a front-page editorial make sense?
Keeping the family in the family business can be tough
It's a global phenomenon -- heirs everywhere find interests outside the company
Virgin Galactic will use Boeing 747 as a launch platform
Getting off the ground is half the battle to getting into space
What future casts may look like
Better designs for healing broken bones quickly
Sen. Lindsey Graham has some much-needed perspective on the GOP
Unemployment rate sticks at 5.0%
There's a difference between quantity and quality in jobs
All US military combat jobs are now open to women
Washington Post gives up, authorizes "they" in the singular
It probably was a losing fight anyway
How "USA Today" is going to swallow up your local Gannett newspaper
Kiss the old guard goodbye
Federal Reserve votes to stop itself from future emergency lending
Meet the Syrian refugees
"Please mess with our DNA"
Venezuelan government threatens Kraft management
How is Cyber Monday even still a thing?
Piketty is close but wrong
He says inequality is the prime driver of trouble in the Middle East. It's not inequality per se, but rather the failure to take advantage of extraction resources and turn them into productive economies that hurts. If you want a peaceful world, you need people to have something productive to do with their time.
Only 11% of Apple Watch buyers think they're getting enough value for the money
Yahoo may be thinking of selling its Internet properties
The new look for Amazon Prime drone delivery
A small increase in productivity (2.2%, annualized) in the third quarter
Better than nothing, but watch this space: We really need to get it rising a lot faster to sustain durable economic growth