[Summit] Projo: Brown plans to knock down 7 College Hill buildings

Robert Mathiesen rmath13 at gmail.com
Sat Jan 23 18:45:17 CST 2016


Indeed it is.  But businesses are finding ever more ways to cut the number
of employees (in this country), either by outsourcing work overseas or
automating it. I suspect we've only seen the beginning of this trend so
far.

On Sat, Jan 23, 2016 at 4:25 PM, John Bazik <jbazik at gmail.com> wrote:

> > No, John, businesses probaby won't follow.  Small and local onea are
> alrady here, the relatively few of them that remain in business.  At this
> point, large businesses make most of their money in other ways than by
> satisfying the needs of potential customers living in any particular city.
>
> I wasn’t thinking of customers, I was thinking of employees.  The talent
> pool is going to be larger and more stable in places with a high quality of
> life.
>
> John
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