After reviewing 140 years of data in England and Wales, the consulting firm Deloitte just reported that technology has actually created more jobs than it has destroyed.
On Monday the U.S. Department of the Interior issued a final approval to allow Royal Dutch Shell to start drilling an exploratory oil well in the Chukchi Sea, northwest of Alaska.
Progressives in Seattle suffer from a blind spot — economic reality — that is causing exactly the opposite reaction to their new minimum-wage policy than anticipated.
The Saudis are caught in a pickle: Cut oil production and lose market share, or continue to pump until they're out of money.
The "gig" or freelance economy is a dynamic economy, and the statists are having a tough time trying to adapt.
Individual investors in China's stock markets are cannon fodder for insiders' manipulations, just as they are in the United States.
The Social Security and Medicare Board of Trustees stated that “Social Security’s Disability Insurance (DI) Trust Fund now faces an urgent threat of reserve depletion, requiring prompt corrective action by lawmakers if sudden reductions or interruptions in benefit payments are to be avoided.”