A common lament and question has been, “How will the economy get better?” This is usually associated with the desire for some kind of catalyst which will turn around the economy. This Sunday’s Boston Globe offered some anecdotal evidence that recovery does not necessarily need any catalyst, but rather can be found, “With creative financing, sharp elbows, and a hefty dose of optimism…” among entrepeneurs. Kudos to the Globe and reporter Jenn Abelson for offering front-page balance to the unremitting stories of economic gloom. Read the full article here.
How Will It Get Better?