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Sports bets, romance novels and tech in the public sector

Sports bets, romance novels and tech in the public sector

May 11, 2018
Why is it harder for the government to innovate than for the private sector? Plus, the U.S. Supreme Court is about to rule on sports betting. And those in the romance novel industry are pushing for more diverse representation in…
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Everybody falls in love: diversity in the romance industry

by Paulina Velasco May 11, 2018
For every 100 books published by leading romance publishers in 2017, only 6.2 were written by people of color.
The Koch sisters say they intend their store to be a feminist, sex-positive space. "I just love seeing romance readers realize that we have built this for them. It is our love letter to them, and to this genre," says Bea Koch.
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5 things you need to know about sports betting

by Andy Uhler May 11, 2018
Illegal betting is a $150 billion industry. Will it be taxed?
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Why people of color charge less for Airbnb rentals in San Francisco

by Lizzie O'Leary May 11, 2018
A new study examines the role of race in the home rental economy

Navigating technology in the public sector

by Lizzie O'Leary May 11, 2018
How are government programs such as SNAP affected by old and new ways of doing business?
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Neighbors are concerned SpaceX could transform South Texas

by Paul Flahive May 11, 2018
Some fear noise and explosions. Others see a boost to tourism and a spot on the world map.
The popular Boca Chica Beach sits at the end of Texas Highway 4, less than a half mile from SpaceX’s launch facility.
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