Peter Thiel is concerned that innovation cannot afford San Francisco or New York City.
Why aren't Google and Twitter welcome in San Francisco?
The effects of gentrification in New Orleans.
Investment in any kind of transportation should aid production, not consumption.
"Manufacturing is no longer just about production. Production is now the core of a much wider set of activities."
Are our romantic attachments to place to blame for fear of brain drain from, immigration to, and gentrification of our cities?
The quality of demographics carries greater weight than the quantity, and the Pearl of the Orient, while dense, is aging rapidly.
Hardly. Brain drain is an indicator of success, a sure sign of a talent refinery at work.