“I think he will do well because he has a business mindset. He has no loyalty to politicians."
Republicans in Congress are working hard to remove business regulations that they believe are hampering economic growth.
Mothers—and some fathers—are increasingly suing employers for discriminating against working parents. They are succeeding.
The founding fathers advocated taxing imports to protect American manufacturers. Will it work in a modern economy?
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 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.
Researchers found that the losses of the Great Recession do not entirely explain why people aren’t giving very much money to charity.
City-council members in the nation’s capital are preparing for a final vote on what could be the most expansive parental-leave law in the United States.
House Speaker Paul Ryan says that improving the lives of low-income Americans is a top priority. To do that, the GOP plans to help businesses first.
It’s growing inequality—not a temporarily sluggish economy—that is most likely to blame.
The president-elect has chosen Andrew Puzder, a vocal critic of minimum-wage hikes and new overtime rules.
Arguments that policies such as NAFTA have killed American manufacturing jobs often ignore the many other American jobs that such deals create and support.
Closing a 1998 loophole would prevent companies from replacing American IT workers with foreign guest workers. Why hasn’t that been done yet?
Hospital patients are attacking staff at an alarming rate, and there are no federal regulations requiring employers to provide any protection.
There are problems with the narrative that visas are letting foreigners take Americans’ jobs at lower wages.
On the campaign trail, Trump hinted that he would take a more aggressive role in policing corporate mergers, but things don’t seem to be headed in that direction.
Women who lived in areas that suffered the brunt of the downturn, new research suggests, were more likely to be abused by their partners.
It's not that he's unusually controversial—it's that any president has a hard time making everyone happy.
His rumored choices have very different backgrounds but all seem to share a belief that the government has put too many restrictions on business.
A Republican-led battle to weaken labor unions may have helped Trump win in several Democratic bastions in the Midwest.