The economy will soon be further behind its pre-crisis trend than it was at this point of the Great Depression.
Stock buybacks have hit a record $1.1 trillion the past year, but trying to limit them wouldn't help workers.
The estate tax usually isn't a double tax. It's often the only tax that the dynastically wealthy pay.
A recovery that's adding hundreds of thousands of jobs a month isn't one that's close to being done.
There's never been a country that should have been so rich that's so poor.
It's true that the government can always print money to pay for things. That doesn't mean it should.
Companies loved to say that they couldn't find enough skilled workers. It was never true.
China is unveiling a new round of stimulus to try to keep its economy on track.
The recovery shows no sign of slowing down, let alone slipping into recession — for now.
Employers appear to be doing whatever they can, whether it's forcing noncompete agreements onto workers or entering non-poaching agreements themselves, to try to maintain their bargaining power in the face of lower unemployment.