Recode: Want members of Congress to get stuff done? Let’s let them work from home, too.

Want members of Congress to get stuff done? Let's let them work from home, too.

Donald Trump was right about one thing: Washington, D.C., and the inside-the-Beltway culture certainly is a swamp. The interests of the connected, the powerful and the highly ideological are so prevalent, so pervasive, that there's really no escape. But while "draining the swamp" may be a great slogan, there's no sign that anything is actually changing.

POLITICO: How to save the Rust Belt

How to save the Rust Belt

Democrats and Republicans don't agree on much these days, but virtually everyone from both parties agrees that working-class voters in the Rust Belt are struggling. President Donald Trump won the support of the "forgotten men and women of our country" with promises to build a wall and renegotiate trade deals.

Inc: A To Do List for Uber's New CEO

A To Do List for Uber's New CEO

It was a surprise, but a pleasant one. Neither Meg Whitman nor Jeff Immelt felt quite right to lead Uber back into the world's good graces and into the public capital markets. As a shareholder, I'm economically invested in securing a new CEO who can solve the company's cultural problems and take us public.

Inc: Here's Why Mobile Voting in the U.S. is Worth the Risk

Here's Why Mobile Voting in the U.S. is Worth the Risk

Happy with the results of last year's Presidential election? How about Congress? Think they're getting the job done? How about your Mayor, your Governor, your state legislature, your city council? Odds are, you're dissatisfied with at least one of them (actually, odds are you're dissatisfied with all of them) and odds are you didn't vote in all of the elections that produced them.