Along with the Great Resignation and #Striketober, jobless Americans are fighting for unemployment reform that could translate into lasting leverage.
November 1, 2021 Issue
As shortages of sneakers and other goods persist, the digital cat-and-mouse game between retailers and resellers is intensifying.
For decades, Bogotá officials and event planners hired a mystic named Jorge Elias González to manipulate the weather. A corruption probe, and a few memorable downpours, shook their faith.
Fighting climate change involves financial and economic risk. Governments and investors must do more to prepare.
China’s president needs the endorsement of top Communist Party officials to secure a third term, and campaigning at home leaves him little time for foreign engagement.
Insulation and HVAC don’t get a lot of hype, but making buildings energy-efficient on a large scale could slash carbon emissions.
Rupert Murdoch’s new streaming service will feature 3D-radar, storm chasers, stadium cams, ‘The Dancing Weatherman’ and 42 flavors of weather alerts.
The pandemic devastated industry earnings but created opportunities for rich entrepreneurs.
Rising internal concerns about young users were largely invisible to outsiders, forming the basis of a whistle-blower’s SEC complaint
For the first time, all five of the U.S. tech giants are going to be competing directly—and it’s not clear Mark Zuckerburg can escape his past.
Company executives and investors are grappling with Beijing’s demands that they work for “common prosperity.”
Low rates and abundant cash help explain the dealmaking boom. But don’t ignore psychology.
Progressives say Saule Omarova would deliver much-needed industry skepticism as comptroller of the currency. Republicans suggest she’s a Marxist.
The state’s combination of aging population and lack of affordable housing makes it the “canary in the coal mine” for the rest of the U.S.
Prime Minister Kishida is touting a “new capitalism” but is short on details of how he’ll balance growth and more equitable distribution of economic gains.
The fund committed $118 billion to countries during the Covid crisis. The public may never get a full accounting of how it was spent.
Global climate negotiations are complex, political and emotional. Here’s your guide to the key data, debates and discussions
California’s redistricting efforts are under way, and different “communities of interest”—from the surf industry to Little Saigon’s nail salon workers—are vying for power.
Solutions/Equality + CityLab
No city is doing enough to keep women safe while ending gender inequality.
They took their shots—and their pitch—to the streets, kept late hours, and streamlined sign-ups.
Community groups hope to improve the canopy in minority neighborhoods through education and outreach.
Beautyologie is a clearinghouse for entrepreneurs who back up their ethical buzzwords.
It’s time to brighten things up.
Armchair tourism meets armchair collecting.
More than just soul food.