Talks to deal with Greek economic problems are going nowhere. The Greek authorities, the other Eurozone countries, and the IMF cannot agree on next steps. It is time to go in a different direction.
Many view China, Russia and the US as the leading global powers. With Trump coming to power, it is worth reviewing this claim and what can be expected going forward.
In the fascination over what the new US President will do, little attention has been given to Greece and the Eurozone. But life goes on in Europe and little has changed. Things will not end well.
It Is hard to grasp just how rapidly technological change is occurring. In this piece, I use a recent McKinsey Global Institute study to map where we are now and where we are going. There is good and danger ahead.
Many US rural regions suffer from industrial job losses. Technological advances open up new opportunities for them. The Berkshires provide a case study.