WOMEN IN BUSINESS
#METOO VS. MONEY: Women weigh the need for tips against the need for selfhood. READ MORE AT THE NEW YORK TIMES

DEVELOPMENT
MAJOR CONSTRUCTION PROJECT COMES UNDER SCRUTINY: A recent lawsuit says union workers cost the Hudson Yards complex project $100 million in waste due to abuse of rules. The lawsuit is an attempt to mitigate the massive power of the city’s construction union. READ MORE AT CRAINS NEW YORK

START UPS
START UPS TAKE TO THE GREAT OUTDOORS: Outdoor recreation is big; entrepreneurs who look to make the outdoors more comfortable and accessible are raising quite a bit from investors. READ MORE AT CRUNCHBASE

HUMAN RESOURCES
WORK-LIFE BALANCE IS KEY TO TALENT RETENTION: Companies who offer flexible hours and other employee perks make their employees feel valued. READ MORE AT SMALL BUSINESS TRENDS

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HUMAN RESOURCES
EMPLOYEES DON’T WANT JOB REWARDS DETERMINED BY LOTTERY: In a move that was intended to be fun and exciting, United Airlines announced that it was replacing a standard bonus with a lottery that would give nothing to most of its roughly 90,000 workers while awarding lavish prizes, like $100,000 in cash and Mercedes-Benz sedans, to a few lucky winners. Turns out people really want bonuses after all. For everyone. READ MORE AT THE NEW YORK TIMES

JOBS
EMPLOYMENT IN NYC IS GROWING, BUT NOT IN MANUFACTURING: Revised state Labor Department job numbers for 2016 and 2017 hit the deck on Thursday. The gist: Job growth was better than expected. But there is no revival of manufacturing jobs in sight. READ MORE AT CRAIN’S NEW YORK

TECHNOLOGY
DROPBOX CEO STEERED STARTUP TO IPO: Drew Houston, CEO of DropBox, has done what most entrepreneurs dream of. READ MORE AT THE NEW YORK TIMES