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Toys Aren’t Us

Millennials may have loved the big-box chain as kids, but as parents, they’d rather shop online.

How Air-Conditioning Invented the Modern World

A new book by the economist Tim Harford on history’s greatest breakthroughs explains why barbed wire was a revolution, paper money was an accident, and HVACs were a productivity booster.

Those Who Don’t Learn From Financial Crises Are Doomed to Repeat Them

The first modern market crash, in 1987, reflected lasting changes in how Wall Street works. Regulators still haven’t adjusted.

Roxane Gay and Ashley C. Ford on Mentorship and Coping With Critics

“The black writing community is very small, and it’s important that we help each other,” Gay says.

The Future of Retail Is Stores That Aren’t Stores

“Honey, I’m about to run to the town square—you need anything?”

The David Carr Generation

More than a dozen mentees of the late journalist remember the lessons he imparted.

The Dark Side of Networking

“If one person gets a leg up, that’s a leg down for whomever else is competing for those opportunities.”

New Census Data Shows More Americans Emerging From Poverty

But it also lays bare the geographic and economic divisions growing in America.

What Will Donald Trump’s Federal Reserve Look Like?

With the opportunity to fill more than half of the board’s seats, the president could substantially alter the course of monetary policy.

Before Vibrators Were Mainstream

Starting in the 1970s, a cohort of enterprising women set out to bring feminism and sex-positivity to the adult-toy industry.

From 'Dream Jobs' to Bussing Tables Again

The end of DACA would mean the end of economic mobility for hundreds of thousands of people.

The Uncertainties of Being Asked to Work During a Hurricane

As some people evacuate for Irma, they wonder if leaving town might cost them their jobs.

Rotten Tomatoes Didn’t Kill Hollywood Blockbusters

The blame for the industry’s horrendous summer lies with a decades-long shift in the economics of making movies.

A Cybersecurity Breach at Equifax Left Pretty Much Everyone's Financial Data Vulnerable

For Americans who want to protect their personal information, there is no way, in our current system, to do so.

Japan Is No Place for Single Mothers

The divorce rate has jumped 66 percent in recent decades but women are ill-equipped financially to raise children alone.

Mentorship Without Hierarchy

The economists Darrick Hamilton and Sandy Darity met as student and adviser. Now, they see themselves as equals.

When a Company Is Making Money From the Opioid Crisis

Some shareholders of a major drug distributor are arguing that the company's goals should be more in line with society's.

The Best Business Reads of August

The month’s most interesting stories about money and economics from around the web

The Case for a Millionaire Tax

The Trump administration is poised to slash rates for rich Americans. What about going in the exact opposite direction?

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