It turns out that the fancy riddles Google famously used in job interviews didn’t actually help them hire better employees.
One big reason the deficit is falling faster than expected is a surprising—and surprisingly durable—drop in health care spending, the source of most of America’s long-term fiscal problems. The seemingly inexorable rise in health care costs has been near the center of every big political and economic debate since Obama was elected. But the fact that it’s finally slowing down was deemed worthy only of page B3 by editors at The New York Times.
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Public companies—those whose shares are traded on stock markets—are required to disclose all kinds of information about their operations in annual government forms like the 10-K. But one thing they aren’t required to reveal is how much they actually owed the IRS that year, says Fortune magazine editor Allan Sloan.