The Economist's Greg Ip wonders if the passing of Steve Jobs is symbolic of "a broader decline...
The Economist's Greg Ip wonders if the passing of Steve Jobs is symbolic of "a broader decline in American entrepreneurship." U.S. self-esteem is now embodied by Apple, Google, Facebook and Amazon, which employ just 113K, a third of GM’s payroll in 1980. The loss of middle-class jobs isn't a U.S.-only problem, but "this does not excuse American governance for making matters worse."
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