The problems of workers finding jobs will be exacerbated by the expansion of cognitive technologies …thinking robots, if you will. Michael Graham looks at how the cozy synergy between increased automation and worker productivity (resulting in increased wages and job opportunities) seem to have derailed, leaving many workers un-and under-employed and the middle class at risk of obsolescence.
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All companies have stakeholders, which often have competing interests. In this article, Nancy May, President of Boardbench Cos. LLC., provides her thoughts on where corporate leaders should focus first, to ensure better outcomes for their companies, shareholders, and all stakeholders.
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