Citigroup's shareholders have said no to an exorbitant pay package for the bank's CEO, and why shouldn't they? Executive pay across American companies has ballooned to unacceptable levels, without the performance to back it up.
A better answer would be to close the loopholes that help the wealthy avoid paying higher taxes, but some argue that a minimum tax like the Buffett rule might be a good start.
Shares of the publicly traded Domain Media Group are skyrocketing on the discovery that the company was behind the the late rapper Tupac Shakur's hologram performing at Coachella Music Festival over the weekend.
The latest advocate of abolishing paper money is writer Matthew Yglesias, who argues that a monetary system with only electronic money and payments would end recessions.
Magazines, if not properly maintained, can easily grow into a cluttered nightmare. Here are some tips for managing your subscriptions.
Total industrial production remaining nearly unchanged since February but rising 3.78 percent above the level seen in March 2011.
Our current insanely complex tax rules are made possible by technology. Yes, computer software makes filing easier, but that may be the problem.
In the wake of the Fukushima nuclear disaster a year ago, Germany closed some of its nuclear power plants. Some have since reopened, but others never will.
Taking care of bills and other documents online reduces clutter and cuts down opportunities for identity theft.
Single family housing permits declined a notable 3.5 percent from February to 462,000 single family units, but increased 17.6 percent above the level seen in March 2011.
The British inflationary rate increased again in March, despite stagnant economic growth. Is it cause for worry?
Income inequality is at its worst in nearly a century, with the highest earners paying low tax rates in the face of a massive federal deficit and crumbling public services. To lessen income inequality, we must curb the political power of the very rich.