News and Articles About Economics
As long as investors keep hopping from one country to the next, they perpetuate the cycle of capital flight from areas that desperately need cash and continuity.
Entrepreneur Network partner Patrick Bet-David explains how to survive in a world where cost of living has buried income levels.
When one thinks of the world's most expensive cities, images of New York and London probably pop to mind. But those two do not even make the list.
As with all economic policies, basic income needs to be based on the balance sheet not the good intentions of Silicon Valley.
'There's one word for it, which is just shocking,' said Dan North, chief economist at Euler Hermes North America. 'Unfortunately it does look like a trend. It's not great news.'
We are in for very hard economic times but the media can't tell you about it until it's too late.
A new report also highlights the biggest loser.
Start thinking differently about entrepreneurship with the help of today's best storytellers and successful business professionals.
RealtyTrac found that home price growth exceeded wage growth in nearly two thirds of the nation's housing markets so far this year.
Jordan Zimmerman of says lower oil prices translate into more spending money for consumers.
Jedi warriors, genetically modified dinosaurs and a gang of rescue pups helped the toy industry deliver its most robust growth figures in more than a decade.
The rout was across the board: all 30 Dow components and all 10 major S&P sectors were in the red, with nine down more than 2 percent.
Despite the severity of the crisis, Congress has not made resolving it a priority, and the issue has been barely mentioned in presidential debates.
Starting a Business
Starting a business still carries risk, but the percentage of companies shutting down has slowed over the past few decades.