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Lydia DePillis was a reporter for The Washington Post's Financial desk. She left The Post in April 2016.
Bias against older workers remains among the most acceptable and pervasive “isms.”
UFC is a financial powerhouse, and some of its athletes want a larger share of the windfall.
And former D.C. mayor Vince Gray wants to get it for them.
So why do most chambers of commerce still oppose it?
We don’t evaluate other policies by insisting that they have zero effect on employment.
Actually, it may not do much to ease traffic congestion.
And serve the food, mow the lawns, drive the buses, guard the grounds, do the laundry, etc. etc...
The move would test theories about the effects of high wages on employment figures.
The plan would raise the wages of more than 5 million low-paid Californians — about 38 percent of the workforce.
Apps can be a game-changer for people with low vision -- if companies build them right.