A ‘Green Impact Zone’ has prepared poor and working class residents for the promise of electrics cars. But it doesn’t seem to have done much to generate the jobs they need to pay for new law-carbon buggies
Will a resort town in California be the next Detroit?
Women don’t make 77 cents to a man’s dollar. They make more like 93 cents, as long as they don’t major in art history
To think that Apple won’t use its experience to disrupt other markets is short sighted. It might take time, but Apple is more than capable of continuing to innovate and drive markets in new directions.
This is the year you figure out your number. Right? It’s not all that difficult, really. Yet by some estimates fewer than half of Americans have ever tried to divine how much money they will need in the bank in order to retire comfortably.
The banking sector still faces big challenges, but greater transparency will boost investor confidence and also encourage banks to manage risk better internally.
News Corp.’s blockbuster deal to buy 49% of the Yankees Entertainment and Sports (YES) Network is the latest confirmation that televised sports has become one of the hottest areas in the media world.
Social media and big data are being used in an innovative new payday loan banking model that’s more Silicon Valley than Wall Street.
As Hurricane Sandy continues to batter the Eastern seaboard of the U.S., one thing is for certain: insurance companies will be ponying up for billions of dollars in property damage caused by high winds.
Five months after going public in one of the most controversial IPOs in U.S. history, social networking titan Facebook finally delivered some good news on Tuesday, reporting earnings results that impressed Wall Street.
A recent consumer survey found that 41% of respondents had less than $500 in savings available on short notice.
While historians will be debating the effect of the counterinsurgency campaigns in Iraq and Afghanistan for decades to come, the young officers and noncommissioned officers charged with carrying out those missions are returning …
Rent-seeking is a phrase increasingly in vogue by folks without real jobs. Wikipedia defines it as “an attempt to obtain economic rent by manipulating the social or political environment in which economic activities occur, rather than by creating new wealth.” Synonym: the U.S. defense industry and its allies, c. 2012.