Many are calling decentralized finance, or DeFi, the “Wild West of finance.” This fast-growing industry aims to provide automated banking services for cryptocurrencies to everyone, with no middle men.
As companies begin to staff up for the holiday season, they face one of the tightest labor markets in decades. To attract employees, some companies like UPS are offering sign-on bonuses.
For decades, Intel was the leading maker of the world’s most advanced chips. Now Intel has fallen behind.
Although India has lagged behind China since both countries opened up to the world in the 1980s, the Indian government is now taking steps to finally challenge its biggest economic competitor.
The American workforce is rapidly changing. In August, 4.3 million workers quit their jobs, part of what many are calling “the Great Resignation.” Here’s a look into where the workers are going & why
Trucking is an especially fragmented industry, which makes it susceptible to continuous boom and bust cycles. While the pandemic wreaked havoc on several industries, trucking is no exception.
Americans have a tendency to avoid the dentist. More than 40% of Americans said they don't see a dentist as often as they would like, according to a 2018 survey by the American Dental Association.
Money is a sticking point in climate-change negotiations around the world. As economists warn that limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius will cost many more trillions than anticipated.
China's smart city technology may improve urban life and bring economic benefits. But it also advances the existing surveillance state. Now other nations are worried about its implications.
China recorded a steep economic slowdown in the third quarter as its pandemic bounceback fades—and now, Beijing is taking on longer-term issues including household debt and energy consumption.
While most sports struggled to survive the pandemic, golf managed to thrive, becoming more popular than it had been in decades.
California’s Port of Los Angeles is struggling to keep up with the crush of cargo containers arriving at its terminals, creating one of the biggest choke points in the global supply-chain crisis.
China’s electricity shortages have hit factories that produce a lot of the goods we use every day, including Apple gadgets and furniture.
Americans are leaving their jobs in droves. In August 4.3 million Americans quit their jobs. While some people have left the workforce entirely, job security and better pay are top concerns for others
If you’ve seen new construction around your city, you’ve probably seen these distinctive rectangular panels. Sometimes plain, sometimes multi-colored, they’re absolutely everywhere. Vox explains
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