What the Google controversy misses is the business case for diversity, writes The Wall Street Journal.
Japan’s economy grew again in the second quarter, propelling the longest streak of uninterrupted growth in 11 years, reports The New York Times.
First jobs matter more than ever, and the ones people get today aren’t that great, writes Quartz.
Research shows that organizations benefits when employees take sabbaticals, according to Harvard Business Review.
Finally, NAFTA renegotiations are about to begin — and it could mean big changes to the auto industry, writes Business Insider.
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