Dave Maney’s latest Forbes piece on why who’s president matters so much for our economic future, and why you should be worried about it. The piece features in-depth information from former Director of the National Economic Council Keith Hennessey.
Dave Maney’s Forbes piece on why Provo, Utah, is the next best environment for powerful economic growth.
In this Forbes piece, Dave Maney discusses the straightforward facts of the decline of the middle and working classes that Catherine Mulbrandon provides in her new book, An Illustrated Guide To Income in the United States.
Dave Maney’s Forbes piece on what better technology means for workers and their jobs in the next years of the Economic Revolution.
Dave Maney’s Forbes piece on The Ankle Biter Economy, and the “rise of the little guys”. The piece examines the characteristics of the “ankle biters” and the decline of the institution-giants in the Economic Revolution.
Dave Maney’s Forbes piece on why political parties are no longer necessary, and how the online world made it happen.
Dave Maney’s Forbes piece on why the viral video titled “Wealth Inequality in America” is innately flawed, and why its specially-picked statistics pose a threat to the greater economic debate.
Dave Maney spoke with Neil Cavuto on the Fox Business Network about the damage that revolutionary economic change is doing to the lower and middle classes, and how government policies aimed to ease the pain are mostly making things worse.
Dave Maney’s first piece for Forbes describes the onset of the Economic Revolution that’s burst through the gates of our industrial economy. A great primer on the forces and direction of the changes sweeping the national and global economies.
Dave Maney’s recent piece for Minyanville on the misreporting of the potential disappearance of the Hostess Twinkie as well as the you-got-it-whether-anyone-wants-it-or-not nature of the Chevy Volt went a bit viral, with more than 35,000 page views and nearly 1,000 … More
News of the Brain Trust
And so “Economic Revolution” launches at Forbes.com with this piece on what an economic revolution is, why I think we’ve entered into just the third one of this magnitude now, and a few thoughts on why it’s so important to … More
The Brain Trust’s Clay Shirky, normally about the kindest, nicest storyteller the Economic Revolution has, sounds more than a bit fed up with the Ivory Tower’s defense plans in what feels like their coming war against online education technology. I’m … More
The Brain Trust’s Michael Auslin says in a National Review piece that all the sanctions and sanctimony about North Korea and its nuclear missile program have amounted to jack squat. He says it’s time to admit we haven’t got a … More
The Brain Trust’s Anya Kamenetz has a short take in The Atlantic on the distressingly high number of young Americans who enroll in colleges and fail to complete a degree.
Nice coverage of the Brain Trust’s Irshad Manji in the Vancouver Observer! Click here to see.
Michael Auslin asks how Asia — powerful, ascendant, troublesome Asia — got lost in the shuffle of the presidential campaign. Just calling China a “cheater” hardly seems like an adequate expression from those vying for the most powerful job on … More
Economaney Brain Trust member Lisa Strausfeld spoke recently at the Design Management Institute about her work and world as the head of Data Visualization globally for Bloomberg, and more broadly about where visualization is headed in the era of Big … More
We first stumbled across Clay Shirky’s work several years ago because of his writing on the newspaper business. He continues to be, in our humble opinion, the world’s finest and most visionary thinker on the subject of journalism and the … More
Anya Kamenetz’s piece in Fast Company covered some recent news from Coursera and other online higher ed startups like The Minerva Project and Udacity.
Economaney Brain Trust member and moral courage advocate Irshad Manji met up with the Dalai Lama and several other similarly distinguished panelists at a recent Syracuse University-hosted “Common Ground for Peace” conference. She talked about seeing the first signs of … More