It was a Good week for
Aligning human capital, which is how Bridgeport Education described its recent move to lay off 117 people. The San Diego-based company runs two for-profit online colleges and the new alignment of human capital will make it able to run them better, it said. The dumped human capital from the human capital alignment, unfortunately, now has to find food capital and rent/mortgage capital elsewhere.
Graying Beatle fans, now that Ringo Starr has announced he will return to San Diego for a summer concert at Humphreys. Star is 73 (but he only looks 65) so hitting the road, we bet, don't come easy.” Well, with a little help from his friends, we hope he still rocks the joint.
It was a Bad week for
Educated, married couples because a study suggests they're one of the causes of income inequality. People with higher education generally have more wealth and they're not sacrificing by marrying high school dropouts. In short, when it comes to income equality, we can't just blame it on a lame minimum wage. And San Diego apparently is a haven for newlyweds. Last year, Rent.com listed it as one of the top 10 cities for those who just tied the knot.
Football fans because it's over. At least the Winter Olympics will bring us ice dancing. And, of course, curling.