Eating right and being thin aren’t going to get you out of poverty, let alone make you a millionaire.
The feedback loop that keeps our rich ever richer and the rest of us struggling.
Talking about a “fair shot” for everyone implies that anyone can achieve opportunity if they are properly empowered as individuals to compete. But that’s wildly far from being the case right now.
Some thoughts from America’s toughest federal judge on plutocrats.
Of 534 current members of Congress, at least 268 had an average net worth of $1 million or more in 2012. The median net worth: $1,008,767, an increase from the 2011 total.
The president of the African Development Bank explains why deep disparities of income and wealth hurt everyone, rich and poor.
On the flurry of new services and technologies that lift the affluent up and away from the rabble of those who can’t afford the latest iPhone or service fee.
Sure does, says billionaire bond trader Bill Gross.
Disproportionate wealth increasingly goes along with disproportionate power.
Newspaper reports the past few days have headlined the news that Disney CEO Robert Iger’s pay fell this past year by 15 percent. In fact, Iger cleared $89.5 million in 2013, up from $56.9 million the year before, after cashing out options awarded in earlier years.