The labor productivity rate measures the amount of real GDP produced by an hour of labor. And in the United States, labor productivity has slowed sharply in recent years.
Research suggests that to increase contributions, nonprofits can do more than appeal to pity—they can promise to never contact the donor again.
E-commerce isn’t likely to kill off walk-in stores anytime soon, despite the continued growth of Amazon and other online retailers.
High-tech start-ups, unconventional management, and a party atmosphere: it sounds like a scene from a modern business incubator, but it also describes Japan’s cotton-spinning industry in the late 19th century.