Ads with wide pay ranges can put off job seekers

"It's not just a choice between including a pay range or not—how compensation information is communicated matters..."

Sara Zaske-Washington State • futurity
Jan. 3, 2024 ~6 min

Check out these tips for Dry January

What is Dry January? If you're thinking of starting the year without alcohol, an expert has tips to make your month a success.

Michigan State • futurity
Dec. 27, 2023 ~6 min


What Rochelle Walensky learned

Sees major progress in science since 1918 Spanish flu outbreak, but says complications of politics have plagued every epidemic since.

Alvin Powell • harvard
Dec. 21, 2023 ~7 min

Amazon’s neighbors may face more pollution but order less stuff

The people whose packages arrive on Amazon trucks aren't the same ones who experience the resulting pollution, a study on Seattle finds.

Sarah McQuate-Washington • futurity
Dec. 15, 2023 ~7 min

How companies skirt law to contain US tax dollars

A new study reveals how companies are responding to BEAT provisions and identifies the potential costs associated with their tax avoidance strategy.

Matt Shipman-NC State • futurity
Dec. 13, 2023 ~7 min

Rural communities are being left behind because of poor digital infrastructure, research shows

New research reveals the digital divide that was exposed by the COVID pandemic.

Sarah Lindop, Senior Lecturer in Finance, Aberystwyth University • conversation
Dec. 6, 2023 ~6 min

Customers aren’t sold on clothing brands’ social impact

Businesses might not be doing an adequate job of communicating to customers what they're doing to improve society, a study indicates.

Pate McCuien-U. Missouri • futurity
Nov. 15, 2023 ~4 min

3 Questions: A roadmap toward circularity in the footwear industry

Coauthors of a “Footwear Manifesto” report discuss survey findings that point to industry collaboration as a path to reducing waste in shoe manufacturing.

Fabric Innovation Hub • mit
Oct. 27, 2023 ~7 min


AIs could soon run businesses – it’s an opportunity to ensure these 'artificial persons' follow the law

If a business is run by an AI and it causes you harm, could you sue the AI?

John Nay, Fellow at CodeX - Stanford Center for Legal Informatics, Stanford University • conversation
Oct. 27, 2023 ~7 min

Being weird can be a blessing and curse for Shark Tank entrepreneurs

For entrepreneurs, being unapologetically weird can be an advantage. But, it can also be a liability, a new study shows.

Alexandra Richter-U. Buffalo • futurity
Oct. 26, 2023 ~4 min

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