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I know—for over 20 years, I helped craft some extremely generous executive-compensation packages.
An investigation of the company’s culture and structure shows that they still lack some relatively basic policies when it comes to hiring and retention.
Despite increasing college attendance and labor-force participation, African American women still aren't getting the economic security of their white peers.
As the first openly trans man to compete for the U.S. national team, Chris Mosier is trying to provide support to up-and-coming LGBTQ athletes.
John Flannery, GE Healthcare’s president and CEO, will be his successor.
The chamber voted along party lines to weaken key Obama-era financial reforms.
Most teenagers used to take jobs in July and August. Now the vast majority don’t. Are they being lazy, or strategic?
The founder of LinkedIn talks about how wealthy Americans can use their money to make a difference.
It might occasionally make flying a smoother experience. But it also might hurt smaller airports.
The simplest summary of White House economic policy to date is four words long: There is no policy.
Republicans in the state legislature on Tuesday voted to reverse Governor Sam Brownback’s signature tax cuts, dealing a blow to the kind of fiscal policy the Trump administration wants to enact nationally.
By tying workers’ residence status to an employer, the visa system leaves many of them vulnerable to exploitation.
When J.D. Vance was in law school, his mentor, Amy Chua, gave him the confidence to take a different path.
Amazon wants to become Walmart faster than Walmart can become Amazon.
The president’s sons are expanding the big-city family business into rural areas.
Donald Trump’s EPA head is touting bad statistics in defense of a foolish policy.
Randy Ribay writes: In what I believe is the first photograph of me that exists, there is…
In upstate New York, both workers and the farmers who employ them fear more aggressive immigration enforcement.
Research suggests that states with homogenous populations are more willing to spend on the safety net than those with higher shares of minorities.
In our ongoing series of responses to “My Family’s Slave,” we’ve heard from a number of readers who saw…