Alison Griswold, Forbes Staff
What’s actually known about Page’s condition is, by now, old news. Google announced that Page, 39, had “lost his voice” at its annual meeting last Thursday, which the billionaire CEO did not attend. The company also said Page will miss several public speaking engagements over the coming weeks, including this week’s three-day developer conference in San Francisco, Google I/O, and the second-quarter earnings call expected in mid-July.
While parts of the U.S. economy have recovered from the recession, American jobs haven’t returned with them. Unemployment remains above 9 percent nationally for the third straight year. Harvard experts offer insights into what such static joblessness means for the nation, and what policymakers and others can do to fix a balky system.
Harvard Business School professor Joseph Bower says corporations can help rectify income disparities.
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