Richard Florida

Reuters

Could London Become the Tech Capital of Europe?

The city used to struggle to keep its start-up talent. Not anymore

Reuters

America the Stuck

The U.S. is moving less than ever before—and it's holding back the recovery

Reuters

Start-Up New York?

New York City is well positioned to overtake Silicon Valley as the country's tech innovation leader

Reuters

Cities and the Creative Class in Asia

How countries like China and Malaysia built a new generation of highly skilled workers faster than anywhere else

Reuters

The Geography of Great Restaurants

Why tolerant, happy places provide the best places to eat

FloatingSheep.org

Mapping the 'Anti-Creative Class'

A fun new map from Floating Sheep marries the popularity of bars with the price of marijuana

Reuters

Town Pride and the Penn State Scandal

Why State College residents are responding with such outrage to Joe Pa's firing

Martin Prosperity Institute

Where the Twitterati Live

Why the world's most popular tweeters are clustered in a handful of American cities—and Brazil

The Increasingly Republican States of America

The percentage of Americans who say they lean Republican has increased in 47 of the 50 states

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Where Creative Class Women Should Work

Some states treat their creative women better than others

Reuters

The Income Disparity of Women in the Creative Class

More women are working white collar jobs, but they're earning less than their male counterparts

Reuters

The Best U.S. States for Working Women

Geography makes a clear difference in how much women earn in the workforce

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2011's Best Cities for Trick-or-Treating

Who comes out on top in our updated ranking for candy seekers?

Reuters

The Geography of Weed

Why the cost of smoking up depends on where you live

Reuters

What's Missing from the Latest Census Income Calculations

D.C. has one of the highest per capita incomes in the country, but that doesn't mean its workers are making more

Rustbelt Baseball Fans: A Little Less Miserable?

Three Midwestern MLB teams with modest payrolls outlasted everyone else this year

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Why Walkable Cities Aren't Always the Ones You'd Think

Factors like bad weather and long commutes don't make a place less walkable

Reuters

Greater Competitiveness Does Not Have to Mean Greater Inequality

Turns out the U.S. is an outlier when it comes to creative paths to prosperity

REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton

The Creative Class Is Alive

A brief rebuttal to Scott Timberg's recent essay