Monthly Archives: June 2012

How Things Happen

It can sometimes be difficult to understand how catastrophes happen, even more so when one has no direct experience with them. We can read history, and try and put ourselves in the participants’ places but at some level things just … Continue reading

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The State of the Labor Market: June 2012

Bloomberg has a good piece up summarizing the state of the labor market in America. The quick summary: “higher unemployment rates, longer unemployment spells, steep falls in the employment rate in the working-age population, a slower pace of worker flows, … Continue reading

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Survey Says … He’ll Be Missed

There was sad news for game show fans this past weekend, when Richard Dawson died at age 79. He was the famous host of the Family Feud and the Match Game, a favorite background noise while studying during college. I … Continue reading

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