A look at the critical role finances play in daily life
Jeff Bezos is splitting up with his wife—which means they have an estimated $137 billion in assets to divvy up.
The American system has thrown them into debt, depressed their wages, kept them from buying homes—and then blamed them for everything.
At a certain point, another million dollars doesn’t make anything newly affordable. That’s when other motivations take over.
If you’re going to worry about the economy, tumbling stocks are the least of America’s financial troubles right now.
Two economists estimate how much people would pay to learn what their co-workers earn without having to inquire themselves.
The low unemployment rate and stagnant pay point to a depressed economy underneath.
What your chicken dinner says about wage stagnation, income inequality, and economic sclerosis in the United States
A new report finds that big companies could have given their workers thousands of dollars’ worth of raises with the money they spent on their own shares.