How the financial crisis will change cities Economist and author Richard Florida says the economic crisis will force Midwestern cities to work harder to pull high paying jobs away from the regions known for their research universities. He says the crisis will radically change where people decide to live in the future.9:06 a.m.
Richard Florida: Author of "Who's Your City" (2008) and director of the Martin Prosperity Institute, Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto. His article, How the Crash Will Reshape America is in the March issue of the Atlantic.
Talking Volumes: Michael Greenberg Michael Greenberg's teenaged daughter was overcome by a sudden psychosis. Greenberg chronicles her arduous treatment in a critcally-acclaimed memoir. The conversation was recorded before an audience at the UBS Forum on February 24.10:06 a.m.
Michael Greenberg: Author of "Hurry Down Sunshine." Greenberg is a columnist for the Times Literary Supplement.