The latest issue of The Economist podcast includes three essential articles that are must-reads. The first article discusses the dangers posed by Donald Trump in 2024. It’s a topic that has been widely discussed in the media, and this article offers a unique perspective on the matter.
The second article explores how experiments with funding can supercharge scientific innovation. With a runtime of 09:35, this article is sure to be of interest to anyone who is interested in science and technology. It provides insights into how funding can be used to drive innovation and make breakthroughs possible.
Finally, the Bartleby column on work and management examines the curse of the badly run meeting. With a runtime of 14:30, this article offers practical advice for managers who want to improve their meetings and make them more productive. Whether you’re a manager or an employee, you’ll find something valuable in this article.
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