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Americans didn't move nearly as much as you may've thought during the pandemic
What happened wasn't migration, it was mobility.
What's the link between physical and economic mobility?
In his latest book, globalization scholar Parag Khanna looks at how and why our lives may become a lot more mobile in the decades to come.
Number of Americans moving homes hits lowest level in 73 years
Migration patterns could change in a work-from-home world brought on by the pandemic.
The pandemic is affecting why and where we move
A new Marketplace-Edison Research Poll found the flexibility to work anywhere as a factor.
Lime is the latest e-scooter operator to downsize
The company is pulling out of 12 markets and laying off 14% of its workforce.
Why are Americans moving less and less?
Census numbers show lowest the mobility rate on record.
Ford layoffs necessary to fund bets on its future
The future of the auto industry is uncertain as ride-sharing, self-driving vehicles and other technologies evolve.
Why is the Motor City encouraging e-scooters?
For a city that built its name on car production, it might seem a little counterintuitive that Detroit would take such a liking to electric scooters. But Ford Motor Co. is getting into the game with its recent acquisition of e-scooter startup Spin. Detroit has other e-scooter companies in the area as well. The city is […]
The most dangerous stage in self-driving innovation
Self-driving cars are on the road now, but they need human supervision. Is that safe?
Americans are worrying about financial security even when they have jobs
Individuals are bearing the risk of the economy, 'Financial Diaries' authors say.