Income Inequality

The Decentralization of Monopolized Marketplaces - How Technology Will Succeed Where Politics is Failing

The blockchain will decentralize established economic structures and return profits and power to the people.

Kurt Ivy

You're Less Likely to Be Happy Once You Start Making More Than This Amount, Studies Say

Money doesn't make you a more generous person or buy more happiness, according to researchers.

Justin Chan

How Financial Technology Can Help Move Us Closer to Wealth Equality

Decentralized finance could help decrease wealth inequality around the globe.

Pui Ki

How Artificial Intelligence Will Shape Our Future

We'll witness the creation of industries that are unimaginable now. Here's what you need to know.

Rise of The Robotics in Jobs

According to a new report, over 20 million jobs will be taken over by robots by 2030

Nazreen Nazir

Debunking the Myths of Racial Equity: What Entrepreneurs Need to Know

A culture of belonging in the company is nice but what matters is guaranteeing parity in income and equity for Black, Latinx and women team members.

Rodney Sampson

How Japanese Look At the Rising Trend of Automation

Growing reliance on robots and computers will lead to joblessness and income inequality, finds the survey

Nidhi Singh

The Impact Of The Middle East's Fintech Boom On Economic Inequality In The Region

Will the new crop of fintech companies increase or decrease the staggering levels of inequality in the region?

Sarah Willis

Seattle Is Taxing Amazon to Help Solve Its Homeless Problem: Bad Move.

Amazon paid zero federal income tax on a 2017 profit of $5.6 billion. It received a $784 million rebate from the new federal tax law. Seattle's 'head tax' will cost it $12.4 million yearly for five years.

Jake Rheude

Our Fixation on STEM Is Leaving a Lot of Real World Problems Unaddressed

Why is it easier to hire a programmer than a plumber? And why are techies paid so much when their kids' teachers are paid so little?

These Are the U.S. States Where the Gender Pay Gap Is Widest

In some states, the average man makes $15,000 more than the average woman.

Lydia Belanger