- How job sharing could help the economy
Of all the programs to help keep Americans working, work-share may be the only one with bipartisan support. Midmorning examines how it works, and the pros and cons.9:06 a.m.
David Gray: Director of the Workforce and Family program at the New America Foundation.
David Javitch: President of Javitch Associates, adjunct professor at Harvard University and author of "How to Achieve Power in Your Life"
- Tech bubble 2.0?
Venture capital and IPO buzz have been on the rise in the technology industry. Are we building another bubble destined to pop? How might this hot sector help the overall U.S. economy, even in the short term?9:45 a.m.
Claire Cain Miller: Reporter in New York Times' San Francisco bureau.
- Books for the college bound
The summer before college is one of the last times, at least for a few years, that students have the time to read for fun. What books should be they be reading to prepare for the intellectual (and emotional) adventure of college?10:06 a.m.
Bruce Fleming: Professor of English at the U.S. Naval Institute and author of several books, including "what Literary Studies Could Be."
David Ulin: Book critic for the Los Angeles Times and author of "the Lost Art of Reading."
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