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What happens when the satisfaction of the president becomes an important business consideration?
Many companies boosted worker pay in order to comply with President Obama’s overtime rule. Now, that rule may never get implemented.
Over two million jobs were created in 2016, but economists believe there’s still room for improvement in 2017.
Documents show that state prosecutors and Treasury Department regulators believed Steve Mnuchin's bank was mishandling foreclosures at the height of the financial crisis.
In many states, employers aren’t barred from monitoring workers’ locations after hours or without their consent.
Manufacturing is dead. Long live manufacturing.
Telling women to “always negotiate” might be bad advice, a new paper suggests.
There’s too much focus on whether Americans can move up the economic ladder, and not enough on the basic question of their quality of life.
A CFPB investigation concluded that Transunion and Equifax deceived Americans about the reports they provided and the fees they charged.
The President-elect has confirmed his intent to nominate the top Wall Street lawyer for the position.
Traders who own minivans, a recent study suggests, are more financially prudent.
At a New Year’s Eve party at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Miami, the president-elect praised an Emirati business partner in front of more than 800 paid guests.
For most of human history, there was no such thing as private property.
A conversation with Michael Lewis about his new book on the research of Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky
The month’s most interesting stories about money and business from around the web
U.S. companies are hyper-focused on quarterly earnings. What can be done to push them to think more about the years and decades ahead?
In his new book, economist and historian Marc Levinson explains why no one should expect a return to the growth of the post-war boom years.
Just as income inequality has become a fixture in many Americans’ understanding of the country, so too must accelerating regional divides.
Sales of mobile homes are a good data point for inferring the mood of consumers.
Humanitarian groups are reevaluating their work in light of how easy (and efficient) it is to just give cash to those who need help.