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How Paris became a 15-minute city

In his new book, ‘The 15-Minute City,’ Carlos Moreno explains how Paris has radically transformed—and how the proximity concept is growing globally.

Biden sends a lifeline to the ‘sandwich generation’ with childcare and eldercare proposals

The initiatives were once part of Build Back Better, Biden’s gargantuan legislative agenda that stalled on Capitol Hill two years ago. Now they’re what Neera Tanden, the Democratic president’s top domestic policy adviser, describes as “unfinished business.”

Increasing Future Immigration Grows the U.S.’ Competitive Advantage

Without raising immigration levels now, the U.S. will no longer be the world’s largest economy. Expanded immigration will ensure that the U.S. workforce can continue to outperform global competitors.

New nation, new ideas: A study finds immigrants out-innovate native-born Americans

Today, around a quarter of all workers in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields are immigrants.

With 1 Simple Word, Ex-Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz Revealed the Company’s Biggest Problem. It’s a Lesson in Emotional Intelligence

Look closely at Howard Schultz’s recent advice on how to fix Starbucks, and a key insight emerges.

Internships, taxes, coding: Pilot education program aims to bring back life skills

The contours of Wyoming’s new self-led learning initiative, ‘RIDE,’ begin to show themselves as pilot districts complete initiative’s first year.

CBS 60 Minutes – Private equity’s unlikely champion for giving workers a leg up with employee ownership 60-minutes

Today, roughly 12 million Americans are employed by companies owned by private equity, firms like KKR that specialize in buying businesses with the goal of improving performance and value, and ultimately reselling for a profit: a practice that often involves cuts and layoffs. Over a 10-year span, it’s estimated that at least a half million jobs have been lost to private equity cutbacks…

Colorado pitches ‘permanent solution’ on property taxes

Under the threat of a multimillion-dollar ballot measure campaign backed by Colorado businesses and anonymous conservative donors, state leaders on Monday announced they had agreed to pass the second cut in as many years to the nation’s third-lowest property tax rates.

Cultivating a Healthy Work-life Integration Culture

In this Nano Tool for Leaders, Wharton’s Stew Friedman shares tips for retaining Gen Z and millennial workers, who strive for work-life balance.

If you want to belong, find a third place. What’s available in your community?

You don’t need to take on the herculean task of making new friends to be less lonely. You may just need a third place.