Six figures of debt and no job? Minimal debt and a job with an above-median salary? The latter’s appeal is growing.
US employees have shaved 30 minutes off their average workweeks since 2019.
“Supercore inflation” is a term used to describe the rising cost of goods and services, minus food, energy, and housing.
Nearly 75% of Americans had a problem with a company in the last year.
Companies want to sell higher-priced goods to fewer customers.
Despite a $2.3T dip, the housing market has netted significant growth in recent years.
We can learn more from boxes than you might expect.
Cheap money is out, and companies hired lots of people during the pandemic.
Hourly wages are growing fast as ever. That could spell higher costs.
Across industries, bonuses are looking less likely.
The economy was spared — but what about the rail workers?
The world put all its chips in one basket — now it’s trying to decentralize.
Beyond sandwiches and soup, Pret A Manger offers insight to the global economy.
Costco has never — and likely will never — raise the price of its $1.50 hot dog combo.
Will a recession lead to a return to the office? Or will WFH reign supreme?
Bulls are good, bears are bad — but why do we use those animals to refer to markets?
The US household net worth dropped for the first time in two years.
A delivery driver shortage is forcing pizza chains to make some big changes.
Plus: Ridiculous personal finances, and the queen’s 70th anniversary.
Tipping has risen over the past two years, but recent data suggests it’s falling back to pre-pandemic levels.
Codie Sanchez shares advice on how to prepare for a recession.
Macroeconomic factors have turned being a bridesmaid or groomsman into a costly affair.