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Cities have become increasingly focused on doing whatever it takes to attract large corporations. But it's hard to govern a one-company town. Just ask Anaheim.
In a job with tons of power and practically no oversight from voters, law enforcement or politicians, corruption can be easy to get away with.
Paying an extra toll for rush hour driving isn’t a popular idea with many motorists. But its time seems to have come. Is it here to stay?
New York City is betting that it can learn important lessons from the way the private sector runs. The bet is starting to pay off.
In a handful of states, they can't. A lawsuit involving Burger King was supposed to settle the debate in Arkansas.