America at work
Our 5 Most Popular Stories of the Year: America at Work
Free Enterprise Staff | December 28, 2015

With the year quickly winding to a close, it’s time to really start thinking about 2016. (Where did the time go?)

But we’d be remiss if we had our minds on next year without first reflecting on 2015, which has been the biggest in the history of FreeEnterprise.com. From our #SiliconCitiesUSA series to huge interviews we got to do with the likes of Drew Bledsoe and Ted Leonsis, this has been a year we’ll never forget.

In keeping with that sentiment, beginning today and spanning through the end of the year we’ll be showcasing our editors’ favorite stories from 2015, as well as our most popular stories from each of our five content categories—Doing Good, Creating Opportunity, True Innovation, Smart Government, and America at Work.

We couldn’t have asked for a better 2015, but we’re even more excited for what next year holds. So stay tuned—we promise you won’t be disappointed.

The 5 Most Popular America at Work Stories of 2015

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The 5 Most Overused Business Buzzwords of 2014

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#90SecondsWith: Drew Bledsoe

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Half Fanny Pack, Half Hat, the Cap-sac Takes America by Storm

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Why All Presidential Candidates Stop at This Diner

The election cycle is heating up, so we spoke to two people who know the horse race better than most: The co-owners of Lindy’s Diner in New Hampshire, a must-stop establishment for all politicians who aspire to be president.