His policies may have actually slowed the economic growth he inherited.
They once cared about promoting social welfare. Now they only care about making bigger profits.
They’re another reminder that effective regulation is often good for business. So why won’t anyone say so?
Migration isn’t what made some metros quite wealthy and others quite poor.
An FTC-approved merger will help Staples and Amazon crush the independent office-supply industry.
A provision in Trump’s tax cut means we’re all helping to pay Jeff Bezos’s tab.
Low unemployment rates mask soft spots in the job market, especially among rural Americans and minorities.
AT&T’s decision to quietly pull Televisión Dominicana is a harbinger of what could happen if regulators approve this merger.
Trade deals like NAFTA have left behind the working class. But, disaffected workers don’t have to be an inevitable outcome of globalization.
The previously obscure law not only slowed delivery of relief supplies to Puerto Rico—it represents a whole category of ‘rent-seeking’ policies that redistribute income upwards.