Ticketmaster’s maligned fees and customer service issues are again under the microscope. Will American music fans ever see anything better?
As the economy falters, influencers may lose clients and connections with their audiences.
A typical agent in the US closes on 10 homes in a year. One record-setting agent in Texas does better than that nearly every day.
Altar bread was once made by hundreds of communities of nuns across the US. Now, a for-profit company controls nearly the entire market.
Anytime you order nachos at a sporting event, there’s a good chance they came from a molten-cheese empire in San Antonio, Texas.
The city’s struggle illustrates how much small businesses depend on a reliable water supply.
Gas is at record-high prices in the United States, but it still costs far less than elsewhere in the world. And in the long run, Americans might pay for that privilege.
A hot housing market has attracted thousands of new agents. For most of them, the gold rush won’t be so lucrative.
Financial gurus want young home shoppers to stop complaining and cut back on small luxuries. But there are broader affordability issues at play.
The Great Recession led to a carpenter exodus. But cultural and pay issues have stunted the profession’s growth for far longer.
When something is free, people feel a positive glow — and standard cost-benefit analyses go out the window.
When Atari’s video game designers were stiffed on credit for their work, they expressed their dissatisfaction through hidden messages.
A wide range of factors are pushing retirees back into the workforce.
Crazy Eddie boasted some of the most impressive retail sales in the country. But its owner was more interested in conducting a brazen fraud.
The Hustle surveyed more than 1k people who left their jobs during the pandemic. Here are 4 of their stories.
International tensions are pushing companies to rethink globalization.
In recent years, Americans who want to attend the Olympic Games have been forced to buy tickets from CoSport, a small New Jersey company that rakes in millions.
Spotify’s recent Joe Rogan controversy has also deepened a rift between the platform and artists over pay.
In the midst of a national housing shortage, towns on the Kansas plains are giving away free land and ultra-cheap houses. Is the offer worth it?
Nearly 200 years ago, Gregor MacGregor pulled off one of the most brazen real estate scams in history.