NCF curates a weekly list of blog posts that touch on emerging issues affecting the American business community.
Richard Florida tracked the “rise of the supercommuter” in The Atlantic Cities.
The Economist’s Schumpeter columnist thinks that the “only thing we have to fear is the lack of fear itself” when it comes to Greece’s impending default. Greece’s default is becoming increasingly inseparable from its own exit from the Eurozone, a disastrous occurrence that people seem far too complacent about.
NCF Fellow Mark Perry wrote on the stunning decline of print newspaper advertising.
Dane Stangler at Growthology takes a close look at the “nuances of job creation.”
Fast Company’s Michael Raisanen pushed back against the increasing tendency today to make strategic decisions based on data alone, arguing that it’s a sure death knell for groundbreaking innovation.
Jon Walton profiled Azerbaijan’s $100 billion city of artificial islands.