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It’s 2022. What Does Life Look Like?

By David Leonhardt

The pandemic could shape the world, much as World War II and the Great Depression did.

Commission expert group warns against β€˜killer acquisitions’ in platform economy

By Samuel Stolton

The EU should consider imposing 'new obligations' on major platforms to report their merger and acquisition activities to the European Commission in order to avoid a culture of 'killer acquisitions,' a report produced for the EU executive has said.

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In β€˜Buy American’ Speech, Biden Challenges Trump on the Economy

By Shane Goldmacher and Jim Tankersley

Joseph R. Biden Jr. laid out a populist economic vision with the tagline “Build Back Better,” part of an effort to confront President Trump on his strongest issue in polling.

Warehouse Workers in a Bind as Virus Spikes in Southern California

By Jill Cowan

California’s efforts to at once contain the coronavirus and the economic devastation trailing in its wake have converged in the Inland Empire.

Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders Deepen Their Cooperation

By Sydney Ember and Thomas Kaplan

Allies of the onetime presidential rivals revealed a long list of policy proposals. Most were widely acceptable to liberals, and some were broader than Mr. Biden’s plans during the primary campaign.

Re-starting the EU economy – How can industry contribute to a resilient and sustainable recovery?

By Evi Kiorri

The outbreak of the corona pandemic has posed a serious threat to European industry in both the short and long term, from disruption of supply chains due to transport and travel restrictions, to the loss of suppliers. Most industrial companies...

Stop Building More Roads

By Shoshanna Saxe and Kristen MacAskill

There’s a right way to do infrastructure. Why does America get it wrong?

Sweden Has Become the World’s Cautionary Tale

By Peter S. Goodman

Its decision to carry on in the face of the pandemic has yielded a surge of deaths without sparing its economy from damage — a red flag as the United States and Britain move to lift lockdowns.

Altmaier argues against β€˜international monopolies’ in the platform economy

By Samuel Stolton

A "well-regulated" platform economy should allow for small and medium-sized enterprises to compete fairly and should not lead to the formation of "international monopolies", German Economy Minister Peter Altmaier said on Tuesday (7 July).

Why College Students May Qualify for Special Covid Pandemic Aid

By Ann Carrns

While traditional unemployment insurance usually leaves out students, they may be eligible for federal pandemic aid. But some states don’t make it easy to get.