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Using technology to enhance senior living (access required)


Our shared pandemic has directed a spotlight on the quality of life for seniors who are so near and dear to us in our communities. Recently, we have seen several articles discussing senior living, as the past year has helped demonstrate the generational gap in the adoption of technologies. Not long ago, many of us ...

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The hybrid work experiment: Think like a scientist (access required)


82% of companies plan to allow remote or hybrid work permanently.  — Gartner Inc.   By 2025, 36.2 million Americans will work remotely, up 87% from pre-pandemic levels.  — Upwork Future Workplace Pulse Report  75% of workers would take a pay cut in order to ...

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Finally, a digital platform to revolutionize health care: Marché Health (access required)


Digital platforms are one of the most remarkable and transformative marvels of the “fourth industrial revolution.” Digital platforms or marketplaces have become indispensable in all aspects of modern living from the way we shop (Amazon), commute (Uber, Lyft), and travel ...

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Tax increases unavoidable in road to recovery (access required)

Chris Gamble

In an effort to recover from significant economic challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, New York state’s new $212 billion budget — signed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo this week — contains approximately $4.3 billion in new tax revenue, most of which will be generated from tax increases for high-income earners and corporations. New York is not alone in this plight, as ...

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The latest scoring on indexing v. active investment management (access required)


The data may be settled but the debate is not. The data tell us that over time the overwhelming majority of active investment strategies cannot outperform a simple market tracking index fund. The debate remains unsettled, however, because it’s a ...

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Longest, weirdest ball game in history to celebrate its 40th anniversary


Although I didn’t cover that unforgettable, marathon baseball game during the spring — and summer – of 1981, I feel as if I did, thanks to countless hours of research and scores of interviews with the participants. Over time, I’ve ...

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