Clusterstock  Mar 22  Comment 
One reason U.S. economic growth is still weak is that average American consumers are still strapped.  Consumers account for ~70% of the spending in our economy, so when they're hurting, we're all hurting. The reason average consumers are...  Mar 21  Comment 
The global coffee chain has launched a project in the US to get customers talking about race. Its CEO, Howard Schultz, is outspoken on inequality, gay marriage and politics – but not everyone is convinced Howard Schultz, the founder and chief...  Mar 10  Comment 
Alan Rusbridger failed to mention (Why we put the climate on the cover, 7 March) that Naomi Klein’s This Changes Everything is subtitled Capitalism v the Climate. Her thesis is that global capitalism, as it demands ever-increasing consumption of...
Forbes  Mar 10  Comment 
"The Last Man On Earth" underscores how for male writers and directors, female characters all too often only exist in the context of the male lead.
Financial Times  Mar 6  Comment 
Why there is joy behind a system of hierarchies and formalised rules
New York Times  Feb 24  Comment 
The American reconciliation with the country is expected to increase the pace of private development, as well as the gap between haves and have-nots.  Feb 12  Comment 
Will Hutton’s brave and visionary ideas for reforming British capitalism should be condensed into a terse popular narrative and incorporated into a widely disseminated pre-election “manifesto” (British capitalism is broken. Here’s how to...  Feb 11  Comment 
The country is heading towards a social and economic crisis marked by desperately high levels of inequality. But it’s not too late to create a fairer society in which most people flourish We live in a country whose banking system seven years ago...
Forbes  Feb 9  Comment 
Business journalists are often so entrenched within the economic system we cover that we cannot see the income/wealth inequality from a broader vantage point. When we look at comparative economic systems outside our home countries, we gain needed...
Financial Times  Feb 1  Comment 
Economic models have proved more portable than political ideas, writes Slavoj Zizek

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