Rana Foroohar and Mark Blyth on Democrats Trying to Please Too Many Money Masters at Once
Amongst mine and Rana Foroohar's favourite economists: Richard Kozul-Wright and Jeronim Capaldo: Beyond the Wasteland
Rana Foroohar: Corporate America’s deal with the Devil. Donald Trump wasn’t the cause but the symptom of a pendulum that had swung too far towards corporate concentration, and corruption in both politics and business
Rana Foroohar: Today there is really no Republican party without Trump. He has become the party. Should he lose, where will the people who support him go? But should he be defeated, Trump may continue to try to lead them in some way
Rana Foroohar: Joe Biden needs an economic team that will support workers. The fortunes of the US, its companies and its workers were far more interlinked when the largest listed firms operated in the industrial and manufacturing sector than in services
Rana Foroohar: Young people calling the coronavirus a 'boomer remover' may reflect the general lack of empathy in society these days, but it may also mirror the free floating political anger that the current generation have for their elders
“In an era in which the algorithms know more about you than you might about yourself… do we even have free will?" FT columnist and author Rana Foroohar explains the case against big tech, in the latest Ways to Change the World podcast.
Watch: Artificial intelligence is set to disrupt companies' traditional models. Our columnist Rana Foroohar says the challenges that AI and robotics pose to business has been a topic of discussion at this year's Davos event #Davos18