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Berry Gordy Jr. built Motown from the ground up, using techniques he had learned as an assembly line worker in a car factory. In the process, he created stars like Diana Ross, Michael Jackson, and Stevie Wonder. Read More...

One of the country’s leading infectious disease epidemiologists says, in the rush to reopen states, there’s no plan for what lies ahead. Read More...

Is it better to be a Jack of all trades or a master of one? Read More...

High-priced housing hurts more than just your wallet — it’s hurting America. Read More...

In the 1950s and 60s, lots of people had job security, annual raises, and pensions. So… what changed? Read More...

Immigration, borders, economic inequality and nationalism are some of the challenges facing modern-day Europe - sound familiar? Here’s why Europe’s problems often echo our own and why we should care. Read More...

How have many innovative ideas repeatedly been shut down, ignored or written off? Read More...

Why have so many attempts to reform our market-driven health care system failed, and how might that history inform us about the challenges that lie ahead? Read More...

Meritocracy is supposed to reward the talented. Instead, it’s excluding almost everyone. Read More...

What can we learn about managing risk from unexpected professions? Read More...

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