Issues / Economy
The average debt for a college graduate is $37,000 and the system is trying to squeeze you harder than any generation before. But it doesn't have to be this way.
Our tax codes incentivize medical entrepreneurs to go for gold while patients are left juggling what's best for them versus what they can afford.
BlackRock, the top money manager in the world, claims to want to link performance with executive compensation. But its actions tell a different story.
American elites don't have to go to Panama to hide their money — they can go to Delaware.
If nothing changes in our tax code, the wealthiest 1 percent will claim half of all U.S. wealth in just 20 years.
America's wealth concentration has increased tenfold since Bill Clinton first ran for president.
CEOs who avoid taxes, squeeze their customers, and refuse to pay a fair wage can't seem to understand why the rest of America is so upset.
Peabody Energy filed for bankruptcy today, but its top executives will still be enjoying the millions they pocketed before the collapse of coal.
Americans are used to paying sales taxes on basic goods and services, but when a Wall Street trader buys millions of dollars’ worth of stocks or derivatives, there’s no tax at all.
The financial industry’s 2015 bonuses were double the combined earnings of all Americans who work full-time at the federal minimum wage.