July 13, 2018

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First: Americans love small businesses, but economist Robert D. Atkinson says that big business is better for workers, consumers, and the world.

Then: From standard measurements to interchangeable parts, precision engineering created the modern world. Author Simon Winchester explains how the precision revolution got started in the first place.

Finally: We tend to become friends with people who share our interests and passions. But the connections don’t stop there—new research now shows that the brain activity of close friends is similar.

Carolyn Parkinson, Precision Engineering, Simon Winchester, Robert Atkinson, Business, Friendship

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