The New York Times Summaries and Reviews

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How the CEO's of Google, Pfizer and Slack Work From Home

David Gelles

The New York Times, 2020

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Eric Ravenscraft

The New York Times, 2020

5
Amid everything else, there’s a deeper economic crisis underway.

Adam Tooze

The New York Times, 2020

8
The disruption of China’s manufacturing network, and slowdown of its economy, have rippled through to airlines, automakers, tech companies and more.

The New York Times

The New York Times, 2020

8
A Year of Living Better

Claire Cain Miller

The New York Times, 2019

7
Psychometric tests like Color Code, Myers-Briggs and DiSC have become a goofy part of corporate life. But what happens when we take them seriously?

Emma Goldberg

The New York Times, 2019

7
On their own, markets can’t deliver outcomes that are just, acceptable — or even efficient.

Esther Duflo and Abhijit Banerjee

The New York Times, 2019

9

Jaron Lanier

The New York Times, 2019

10
Women face unique challenges when it comes to negotiating. Use this guide to project assertiveness and confidence and earn your true value.

Kristin Wong

The New York Times, 2019

7
It took a human wrecking ball to get China’s attention.

Thomas L. Friedman

The New York Times, 2019

8
The Daily podcast

Michael Barbaro

The New York Times, 2019

8
Fueled by debt and years of easy credit, America’s energy boom is on shaky footing.

Bethany McLean

The New York Times, 2018

9

Tara Parker-Pope

The New York Times, 2017

8
Is the most powerful tool for connection in human history capable of adapting to the world it created?

Farhad Manjoo

The New York Times, 2017

8

Tony Schwarz and Christine Porath

The New York Times, 2014

8

Jacoba Urist

The New York Times, 2017

7
The Quickest Path Is a Winding One

Neil Irwin

The New York Times, 2016

7

Brook Larmer

The New York Times, 2017

8

David L. Kirp

The New York Times, 2016

9

Tara Parker-Pope

The New York Times, 2017

8
A hidden bounty of benefits for Foxconn’s plant in Zhengzhou, the world’s biggest iPhone factory, is central to the production of Apple’s most profitable product.

David Barboza

The New York Times, 2017

8
Home or Everywhere Else

Paul Mozur

The New York Times, 2016

7