Many staff are reticent about going back to their workplaces after the pandemic. Tech leaders must develop flexible solutions to help.
San Francisco, Seattle and Dublin show what happens when a city becomes a global hotspot for tech jobs without planning to accommodate growth and change.
By providing training and support, a new municipal project in Paris is aimed at giving refugees a first job and a second chance.
Government efforts to "level up" England's north and Midlands regions will now be four times more difficult, according to a new report.
Anthony Orlando of the Economic Roundtable discusses new report findings that the pandemic could cause twice as much new homelessness as the 2008 Great Recession.
His $2trn plan may be less ambitious, but Democratic House and Senate majorities may help lead to real progress on climate.
As work-from-home becomes the norm, remote workers are flocking to smaller US cities that aim to attract people rather than entire companies.
Cities across the US have passed emergency measures to cap fees that apps like Grubhub and DoorDash charge restaurants. Those moves so far only scratch the surface of a more entrenched conflict.
City Monitor's new interactive tool allows you to compare sector-based employment within a single US metro area over time.
Start-ups and business owners are moving east, particularly to the UAE and its tech-savvy capital, Abu Dhabi.