Electric air taxis aren’t going to save the world. Really taxing the rich, on the other hand, could.
The disaster the global super rich fear most may now actually materialize — in 2028, with U.S. auto workers leading the way.
In the United States and globally, our richest are still flourishing at everyone else’s expense.
Our world’s richest are increasingly monopolizing the smarts of our smartest.
Britain and the United States once competed for that honor. Times have changed.
A new report reveals how stock buybacks have inflated CEO paychecks and widened pay gaps at the 100 largest low-wage corporations.
Sixty years after Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” speech, our racial economic divide is vast as ever. But it can still be closed — and quickly.
An innovative tax-the-rich proposal now before lawmakers would reverse the wealth concentration that’s suffocating our democracy
From Swiss bank researchers, an alarming update on our global maldistribution of wealth
Hundreds of prestigious economists don’t think so. The World Bank, unfortunately, does.
Congress should establish a national commission to examine the legacy of slavery and propose reparations funded by breaking up concentrated wealth in the United States.
In this episode of “For the Wild,” guest Cuck Collins dives deeply into the world of wealth hoarding and staggering inequality.
In 1776, public-spirited patriots emerged from the ranks of America’s most privileged. Today’s richest offer up precious little of that public spirit. Why?
One state’s “Baby Bonds” program should be a model for the whole country.