Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz looks at the people and ideas that shape markets, investing and business.
On this week's episode of Idea Generation, designer Nicole McLaughlin takes us on a journey from her start as a graphic design intern to becoming a viral sensation on Instagram by crafting creative upcycled shoes. She also explains how she went on to create her own design courses while collaborating with brands like Reebok and Vans.
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The U.S. lost more jobs than forecast in September as local governments fired teachers and other workers in response to declining tax revenue.
Payrolls fell by 95,000 workers after a revised 57,000 decrease in August, Labor Department figures in Washington showed today. Private employers added 64,000 jobs, less than forecast. Wages and the workweek stagnated.