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In many parts of the world, asking a colleague “How much do you make?” is considered downright rude. But a former Google employee discovered that staying tight-lipped about salaries can exacerbate workplace discrimination and salary gaps. After starting an internal spreadsheet where other Google...
Freakonomics: Our latest Freakonomics Radio episode is called “Could Solving This One Problem Solve All the Others?” The biggest problem with humanity is humans themselves. Too often, we make choices — what we eat, how we spend our money and time — that undermine our well-being. An all-star team of...
The New York Times: On a cloudy afternoon in the Bayview district, Shaquille, 21, was riding in his sister’s 1991 Acura when another car ran a stop sign, narrowly missing them. Both cars screeched to a halt, and Shaquille and the other driver got out. “I just wanted to talk,” he recalls. But the...
Marketplace: Even before reliance on GPS, tunnel driving has been difficult for drivers. “As you go from light to dark, you have a momentary adjustment of the lighting in your eye, the responses of the photo-receptors in your eye,” said Roberta Klatzky, who teaches psychology and human computer...

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