Across the United States, the number of traffic fatalities increased 14 percent in the first six months of 2015 compared with a year ago. In Connecticut, however, the number of motor vehicle deaths dropped by 20 percent.
From January through June of this year, there were 95 motor vehicle deaths in Connecticut, compared with 119 […]
If you’ve never made a connection between traffic accidents and social capital, you’re probably not alone. However, the Harvard Business Review (HBR) is reporting on research by Matthew G. Nagler of the City College of New York which found, perhaps surprisingly, that a 5% increase in the average level of agreement with the […]