Reich is right (no pun intended):
"our economy cannot generate enough demand to sustain itself, and our society cannot maintain enough cohesion to keep us together."
"To give an example, WhatsApp, the messaging service recently purchased by Facebook for a staggering $19 billion, has only 55 employees. If we take Facebook’s purchase price as a valuation, that’s $345 million per employee. In comparison, Sony is worth $17.6 billion yet employs 146,300 people, coming in at a relatively paltry $120,300 per employee."