Celebrated author and liberal darling Thomas Piketty may have skewed data about Western inequality in his latest bestseller.
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Texas is getting even bigger.
Did the same company help Barack Obama win the presidency and the Swiss reject a minimum wage increase?
After months of fighting to keep its user information private, the apartment-sharing website Airbnb has now agreed to comply with a subpoena by New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, who claims hosts have been violating New York City’s local hotel laws.
General Motors has just added another 218,000 vehicles to what appears to be an endless list of recalls.
The fast food chain Chipotle has told its burrito-loving Second Amendment enthusiasts to leave their firearms at home.
New research has found that electronic cigarettes are 60 percent more effective at helping cigarette addicts kick their habit than nicotine gum, the patch or going cold turkey, reports The Daily Mail.
Republicans are increasingly split on whether the nation's standing patent laws impede or encourage innovation in the small business tech sector.
New research supports what many Americans already believe – lawmakers are influenced more by special interest groups than their constituents.
Wal-Mart has joined the growing number of large corporations declining to oppose raising the federal minimum wage.
Billionaire Peter Thiel has a new book coming out and he says it will help you become a billionaire, too.
Senators will weigh in on the debate on regulating the use and sale of electronic cigarettes Thursday.
Panera Bread CEO Ron Shaich supports raising the minimum wage -- and he has every reason to.
A report by Americans for Tax Reform finds that since 2011, Democratic governors have signed $58 billion in tax increases.
For the tenth year in a row, Texas has taken home the blue ribbon for being the best state in the country for business.
Government regulations cost American jobs as well as money, according to a study.
Elon Musk’s electric car company Tesla Motors took a downhill slide on the stock market Thursday morning.
Despite the falling unemployment rate, Americans are still feeling pessimistic about the economy.
Business groups are continuing their fight against minimum wage increases even as some Republicans are starting to stray.