Gender parity and Orwellian doublespeak

If significant numbers of women in an organization will make a difference or change it, exactly what are those differences and changes, and are they good or bad?

Comparing public- and private-sector wages

Could it be that private-sector owners and shareholders demand so much in profit that they leave nothing in the pot to pay their workers?

Black Tap touts its burgers, but don’t miss the shakes

The name — Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beer — is a little misleading. Yes, the burgers are finely crafted, using a blend of beef from New Jersey-based Pat LaFrieda, who’s been called America’s most famous butcher. Sure, there are plenty of craft beers — more than a dozen on tap, another dozen in cans, plus standard American and Mexican brews. But The Venetian’s offshoot of the New York cult favorite has got some serious game when it comes to milkshakes.

Utah firm buys Henderson apartment complex for almost $100M

They’re two miles and nearly $70 million apart. Salt Lake City investment firm TM Equities recently bought the Castile apartment complex in Henderson for $99.6 million, more than five years after buying arental complex up the road for $30 million, property records show.

Golden Knights fever catching on in Washington, too

Golden Knights fever is sweeping through Nevada and into national spotlight as celebrities and lawmakers with ties to Las Vegas boldly display their loyalty to the long-odds team that keeps advancing in the Stanley Cup playoffs.

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