All posts tagged “las vegas

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Mobility at CES

CES is underway right now in Las Vegas. About 200,000 people are in attendance.  Since tech and mobility are today closely intertwined, the show has become an important platform for the automative industry. Here is a video showcasing BMW’s new iNext concept (expected by 2021):… Read More

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How U.S. cities make money

The below figure shows the taxing authority of US cities by state. In some cases there’s a city or two with additional taxing authority. New York City, for instance, has been authorized by the state to levy property, sales, and income taxes, whereas other cities… Read More

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One hour drive

I’m taking next week off so that I can respond to emails from various places in Ontario and Quebec instead of from my desk. The out of office messages really fly at this time of year, so it’s usually a pretty good time to try… Read More

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Sprawling, but affordable

The Wall Street Journal recently published an interesting article that ties in nicely with two of my recent posts. My post about North American population growth and my post about the San Francisco pro-development group known as BARF. The WSJ article is about the growing divide… Read More