The company paid no taxes for the second year in a row despite roughly doubling its profits.

  • Perspective

Stock buybacks have hit a record $1.1 trillion the past year, but trying to limit them wouldn't help workers.

Decades of falling pay and years of organizational efforts helped push educators to the forefront of the labor movement.

Ocasio-Cortez received a record 5,500 job applications; here are the two policy staffers she chose.

At the highest income levels, there's just one female for every 21 men.

A cautionary tale about what happens when you make capital cheaper than labor.

Here’s a look at the proposals that Klobuchar hopes will power her to the White House in 2020.

  • Perspective

The estate tax usually isn't a double tax. It's often the only tax that the dynastically wealthy pay.

Looking at where the brackets fall, rather than what the rates are, tells an interesting story.

  • Analysis

The U.S. wealth distribution more closely resembles that of Russia and China than the United Kingdom and France.

Some industries have shed so many jobs that, as of this month, the Labor Department can no longer publish data on them.

  • Analysis

While taxing income and wealth are popular among voters, the estate tax has always been a tougher sell.

The Labor Department announced there are about 138,000 fewer retail jobs than we thought, and that rather than nearing a new record, the sector is well off its January 2017 peak.

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's income tax proposal is less popular.

  • Analysis

The same data-analysis strategies that destroy your online privacy could protect turtles, sharks and other ocean species while minimizing conservation's impact on fishermen.

  • Analysis

The tax would take 3 percent of billionaires' wealth every year.

A recovery that's adding hundreds of thousands of jobs a month isn't one that's close to being done.

  • Analysis

Generally speaking, soaking the rich enjoys bipartisan support.

  • Analysis

Sanders, who will release the "For the 99.8% Act," is aiming to target the wealthiest 0.2 percent.

  • Analysis

Howard Schultz, the former Starbucks CEO considering a run at the White House as an independent candidate, believes the federal debt is the nation’s “greatest threat,” thinks America cannot afford to...

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