The world population will continue to grow. Our energy needs will continue to increase. More people will need ever-more energy.
In a society where everything is political, perhaps someone should take up the unsexy but all-important cause of socioeconomic decay.
Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is a common way of measuring a country's economy. In 2018, US GDP was roughly $20 trillion. China's was $13 trillion. Japan was next at around $5 trillion.
"Unemployment Rate, at 3.5%, drops to a 50 YEAR LOW"
Productivity isn’t everything, but in the long run it is almost everything
Work means more than a job.
Markets hate unpredictable volatility. Donald J. Trump is extremely volatile. By the laws deductive reasoning, markets hate, well, you get the point.
Strength is a relative – not absolute – concept. To measure strength, someone must be stronger than someone or something. Countries must be stronger than other countries.
The real secret to growing an empire? Turn would-be competitors into mega buyers and distributors.
Picket fences – and all they represent – are just another example of the two forms of American capitalism.
Modern cities need anchors — executives, investors, companies — of innovation. City-company matching tends to happen according to size and scale.
One of the most interesting trends today is the great unbundling of business and politics.