Aug 11, 2020

It’s an unusual recession — are those hints of inflation?

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U.S. wholesale prices shot up an unexpected 0.6% in July. Plus, the latest in the battle over the gig economy. And, Saul Griffith outlines a plan to create jobs by taking carbon out of the U.S. economy.

Segments From this episode

Uber and Lyft have to classify drivers as employees, California judge orders

The ride-hailing companies now have 10 days to appeal the ruling.
Uber and Lyft have continued to put their drivers down as independent contractors, even after a new law mandating against that practice took effect.
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Decarbonization can fix the jobs crisis and the climate crisis, scientist says

Aug 11, 2020
Saul Griffith is the co-author of a new report that outlines a plan to reduce U.S. dependence on fossil fuels while creating millions of jobs.
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