Archive for July, 2013

I would first like to thank everyone for your notes and messages and phone calls on my birthday. I am delighted to have lived long enough to see the age of 89, and I do hope that I’ll see 90 too. I have to be very careful now in getting around so that I don’t […]

Detroit’s Bankruptcy

I was surprised and saddened by the news that Detroit filed for bankruptcy last week, making it the largest American city to take this step. I was aware that the city has been in decline for many years, but I didn’t realize how bad things had gotten. According to one article I read, Detroit is […]

Last week, the FED hosted the fifth annual Beyster summer symposium for scholars researching employee ownership and participation, and who have been selected as fellows through a competitive fellowship program, administered by Rutgers University. There are now more than 80 fellows from across the country, including 24 Beyster Fellows, who are conducting interdisciplinary research about the impacts […]

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