Startup Tackles Overlooked Area in Autonomous Transport: City Freight Profiles - Making commuter cars intelligent enough to drive people from point A to point B only scratches the surface of the potential use cases for intelligent vehicles. This New York startup is driving to tackle one such less-sought case. Henri Mattila 8/20/2018
This Organization Isn’t Shy in Taking On Citizens United Profiles - End Citizens United started as an idea among three young online fundraising specialists and ballooned into a movement that now looks to define all elections at all levels in the future. Nigel Thompson 8/2/2018
How a Political Tech Company Continues to Innovate for Democrats Profiles - Since the 2008 presidential election, NGP VAN has worked on almost every major Democratic candidate’s campaign for president. Nigel Thompson 7/25/2018
Food for Thought: The Most Valuable Companies in Every Major Metro Ideas - America’s economy has been on a roll. Here’s the most valuable company in your nearest metropolitan area. Henri Mattila 7/24/2018
Questions You Should Ask Your Economics Professor Magazine - When I offer a different perspective that suggests the perceived problem is a red herring and the corrective is a false cure, the most common response is ‘I never heard that before!'” Lawrence W. Reed 6/23/2018
Do Licensing Requirements Help—or Hurt? Ideas - Thinking about opening a barber shop, what do you do? If your answer was something other than, “Find out how to obtain the state’s permission,” you’re in for a surprise. Eddie Ferrara 6/10/2018
Andrew Yang: the UBI Candidate for President Profiles - “It is my conviction that we are going through the greatest technological and economic shift in human history, and our political class is completely asleep at the switch.” Henri Mattila 5/9/2018
How Are Unpaid Internships Legal? Interview with Subject Expert Ideas - Some argue that minimum wage laws should be differentiated by both industry and region. After all, it doesn’t cost as much to live in Macon, Georgia as it does to live in New York City. Erich J. Prince 5/5/2018
Is College Still Worth It? Magazine - Professor Caplan thinks students are wise to the true value of a degree, which could help to explain why almost no student ever audits a class and why students spend only about 14 hours per week studying, down from 24 hours per week in 1961. Eddie Ferrara 4/24/2018
Editor-in-Chief of Gallup: Interview Profiles - One pundit said that “data died” after the 2016 presidential election. Gallup’s editor-in-chief doesn’t think so. Erich J. Prince 4/17/2018
Does the “Blue Apron” Food Policy Make Economic Sense? Ideas - Economist Levi Russell explains why the proposed restructuring of the largest food assistance program will end up costing more than its probable worth. Levi Russell 3/9/2018