• Economics
  • The Way Forward in the Gig Economy Debate

    Ai-Jen Poo, director of the National Domestic Workers Alliance. By Daniel Matthews Where do you stand on the gig economy debate? Given America’s economic picture, how we answer this question is extremely important. Let’s look at the picture and the debate as it stands. According to TSheets Time Tracking, a startup highly interested in this […]

  • Society
  • Twitter Chat RECAP: Boehringer Ingelheim at #SkillsVolunteering

    Today, TriplePundit hosted a Twitter Chat at #SkillsVolunteering with Boehringer Ingelheim and Northeast Hartford Partnership at Community Solutions to discuss how skills-based volunteering programs benefit companies, employees and communities.  Lilly Ackley, president of the Boehringer Ingelheim Cares Foundation; Julie Staudenmier, executive director of leadership and organization development at Boehringer Ingelheim; and Gina Federico Muslim, director of the Northeast […]

  • Technology
  • This System Recovers Heat Energy from Sewage

    Our planet is facing a potentially devastating climate emergency, partly due to the fact that the infrastructure we have set up to deliver food, energy and water is incredibly wasteful at every step of the process. A full 40 percent of the food produced in this country is wasted before it can be consumed. That […]

  • Economics
  • The Automation of Management

    By Gerald Huff While most discussions of the impact of automation on jobs have focused on blue-collar and professional jobs, two recent articles have raised interesting and important questions about the impact of technology on the future of management jobs. In Here’s How Managers Can Be Replaced By Software, Devin Fidler describes a prototype management […]