After attending a European Central Bank workshop on global liquidity, the author learned that European monetary economists sound surprisingly like Austrian economists.
Once a business starts growing, the entrepreneur faces a challenge: do they work in the business or work on the business?
Everyone has a different idea for how they want to spend their retirement. Given how varied people's goals are, why is it reasonable to think that everyone should have the same retirement saving plan?
Boards of directors need to maximize value for stakeholders, not just shareholders. Why? It's good business.
The price of residential properties in Hong Kong declined 3.8 percent since November, according to a report by the University of Hong Kong.
Early reports indicate that consumer expectations will drop in February, indicating that consumers are tightening even further on spending.
Making a few little changes to how you drive can save you a surprising amount of fuel without adding much time at all to your trip.
Spring is around the corner. That means warmer weather, bike rides, and savings from not going by car.
When it comes to taxing the wealthiest Americans, some methods are better than others in leveling the playing field.
The Labor Department routinely adjust jobs upward in winter, to make up for bad weather. So when there isn’t any bad weather in January, the job numbers go up automatically.
According to the Buffett Rule the wealthy should pay at least as much tax as middle-income households. That sounds straightforward but it’s not.
The "gross out" factor has long prohibited efforts to take dirty water and transform it into drinkable water. That resistance may abate if water prices rise.