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Reward Firings, VORP Scores, Algorithm Bosses: Is the Future of Work an NFL Training Camp?

A few months ago I wrote a post about Uber where I explored what it’s like to work for an algorithm (https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/article/ubers-brave-new-world-what-happens-when-your-manager-carlos-alvarenga/edit). From the early indications, the view of this new world is not very positive. However, while Uber gets a lot of press, it’s important to note that it is not alone in this evolution to a

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The NFL’s Tax-Exempt Status Makes No Sense

Editor’s Note: I was recently a panelist in a discussion on the NFL League Office’s tax empt status. This is the piece on the panel by Fred Stokeld that was published in Tax News. November 6, 2014 Sports Leagues Don’t Need Tax Breaks, Panelists Say Fred Stokeld   Giving tax breaks and other financial help to sports leagues like the

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