If you add up all of the innovations made from the late 1800s up to 1970, there’s been no comparable stretch of economic growth, before or since, says economist Robert Gordon. According to his new book, “The Rise and Fall of American Growth,” slower progress is just the new normal. But in our current computer age, not everyone buys that idea. Video PBS NewsHour
Every year since 1971 the world’s elite have gathered in Davos, Switzerland, for the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting. What started as a small conference about management has ballooned into a famously exclusive gathering of business people, academics, and government officials.
The stated goals of the non-profit World Economic Forum are noble: the conference is organized around the principle that business leaders should work with leaders of government to address the world’s problems.
When Bernie Sanders dropped the bombshell that he’s never worn a tuxedo, Stephen immediately knew why: Bernie never went to prom. So Stephen sent out a request to the #LSSC audience for #BerniePromposals, and you delivered big time. Video The Late Show with Stephen Colbert