Judith Rodin

Finding the right balance

Three things you should know:

1. You can fight crime with gondolasThat's what Medellin, Columbia did, and Judith Rodin of the Rockefeller Foundation says that cities will have to get increasingly creative to solve their toughest problems.

2. Beyonce doesn't need more fans. But that doesn't mean she couldn't use some extra cash. Gogi Gupta tells us how he's helped A-list clients get more money from their legions of adoring fans.

3. If your kid wants to be a cancer researcher, tell them they're in for a bumpy ride. Turns out that STEM jobs may not be quite as abundant as we thought. Professor Hal Salzman - and some grad students - tell us what areas are hot, and what are not.

Storm clouds over a city

Floods, drought, crime waves, terrorism, and superstorms. The modern city faces myriad catastrophes and crises. Judith Rodin, President of the Rockefeller Foundation, tells us how cities can cope with these challenges, and what they can do to bounce back. Read More...

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