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Here's how to decide when you should jump on a Zoom – and when not to, shrinkflation, and Iceland's 4-day work week experiment.

Dane Carlson
Dane Carlson
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Assorted Links Tuesday

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COVID vaccines are becoming a long term economic development issue: GOP governors implore residents to overcome vaccine hesitancy as delta variant rises


No, it doesn’t need to be a Zoom: We’re wasting hours of our lives on inefficient video calls. Here's how to decide when you should jump on a Zoom – and when not to.


How will we know if inflation is making a comeback? Most economists are focused on the price of commodities, wages, and other basic goods and services. But history suggests they might want to keep an eye on a related phenomenon that often escapes notice: so-called “shrinkflation.”


The beginner’s guide to S-Corp vs. C-Corp and DBA vs. LLC.


Study of four-day work week in Iceland an "overwhelming success": Cuts in working hours — without accompanying pay cuts — did not impact worker productivity in Iceland, new research shows, and employees reported less stress and an improved work-life balance.

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