- The Washington Post reports on the troubles crab houses have had this summer on Maryland’s eastern shore. Reaching output goals may be difficult, as crab houses were not able to secure the number of visas they usually rely upon for seasonal workers. American workers are not replacing those temporary workers. It’s an interesting take on how immigration policy changes might affect industries here in Maryland.
- CNBC compares Elon Musk to Henry Ford. The thesis: One man can’t run a car company.
- Also from The Washington Post, President Trump has floated the idea of changing SEC filing requirements from quarterly reporting to six-month reporting. On the one hand, six-month reporting would allow companies to look further into the future and save time on reporting requirements. On the other hand, six-month reporting allows companies to be less transparent to investors and the public at large.
- NPR reports that Wyoming farmers are using blockchain technology to track cattle.
- Reuters reports that grocery behemoth Kroger is testing driverless grocery delivery in Arizona.
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