A new report finds the government is doing more to fight inequality right now than any year on record.
2016 is on pace to be the worst year for movies—by tickets bought per U.S. adult—since before the 1920s. What’s going on?
The next few years will see a massive shift of ads and attention from TV to mobile. A handful of companies, led by Facebook, are poised to make a killing.
If American liberals want the continent’s solutions, they ought to also recognize its problems.
Just a few years ago, several measures of the labor market’s strength had sunk to historic lows. Today they are all resurgent.
U.S. dynamism is in the dumps: Americans are less likely to switch jobs, move to another state, or create new companies than they were 30 years ago (or 100 years ago). What’s going on?
Presidential candidates like to make promises about their ability to conjure economic growth. Don’t believe them.
Racial resentment and economic anxiety are not separate forces. For many Trump supporters, they are inextricably linked.
Facebook’s potential is without precedent. But its public scrutiny will be unprecedented, too.
This is important.
The death rate for black men between the ages of 20 and 49 dropped by half between 1990 and 2010. Why?
Make America have a recession again.
A new analysis shows not just which jobs make the most money, but where that money goes the furthest.
It’s the prototype for Google’s next self-driving car. It’s also the fastest-growing segment of the record-setting U.S. auto market.
Journalists and policy makers can have a hard time describing the economy when “average” departs so markedly from what's normal.
The presumptive presidential nominees are winning and losing almost all of the same states. But their coalitions couldn’t be more different.
And it’s making the pay gap worse.
Forget media archetypes of older Millennials as college-educated singles living in cities. The typical 29-year-old is living with a partner in the suburbs—without a bachelor’s degree.
Maybe the only way to make people richer in the long run is to take their money away from them.