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Sorry, Bernie Sanders, but Disney Doesn't Have To Apologize for Making $1.3 Billion with Avengers: Endgame
The Vermont socialist can muster a lot of emotional outrage at CEO pay, but his argument about a "moral economy" doesn't add up.
Plus: Violence in Sri Lanka leads to social media suppression, and the White House wants to make it harder for pretrial diversion participants to get government jobs.
A love letter to getting good stuff cheaply
Plus: An Ohio city just abolished its entire vice policing unit, and unfunded liabilities in public pension plans are now more than $5.96 trillion.
Capitalism not only helps reduce poverty, but can bring services to more diverse groups of people.
It's a scare tactic, and an inaccurate one at that.
The bill has passed both houses of the state legislature. Now it just needs Jerry Brown's signature.
Why can't free marketers celebrate entrepreneurs and titans of industry who change our world unless they admit they're in it only for the money?
The Whole Foods magnate and his nonprofit colleague Alexander McCobin want to "elevate humanity through business" and make us all smarter, kinder...and richer.
The president trade war is harming American small business.
Bryan Davis created a chemical reactor that compresses time, bringing an artistic sensibility back to aged spirits.
The greatest conflict of our time enters a new phase.
Elizabeth Nolan Brown argues in The New York Times that we can thank "feminism, but also free markets" for the ongoing purge of predatory men.
Is the state violating Peggy Fontenot's First-Amendment rights?
Why didn't the Obama administration do anything?
The 'Do Not Flush' fight provides a perfect case study in arbitrary regulation and government incompetence.
Glassman talked about conscious capitalism and how he harnesses the power of markets and community in an interview with 60 Minutes.
Cindy McCain's Charities Are Plagued With Scandal and Corruption. Now Trump Wants to Make Her Human Rights Ambassador
Examining McCain's philanthropic past reveals a long history of personal abuse of nonprofit resources, shady connections, and shoddy work.
In 2008, Obama told GM factory workers in Janesville, Wisconsin, that the plant would "be here for another 100 years." It has since closed, leaving thousands unemployed.
The heart of the potential for conflicts of interests is not the Trump business empire. It's the presidential power to steer benefits to particular interests.
Newly released historical documents show the Sugar Research Foundation paid scientists to blame fat and cholesterol, not sugar, for coronary heart disease.
"Paid parental leave isn't just a nice thing to do, it's the smart thing to do for our business."
Without naming any names, Starbucks celebrates "those who work to include, rather than discriminate."
A new study of U.S. law firms looks at how managers' personal political views affect gender roles at work.
Both major parties are dead wrong when it comes to the free movement of people and capital across borders.
Chicago-area customer accuses them of religious discrimination.
Employers could be dragged into labor negotiations.
Warehouses in short supply.
When a non-profit foundation spends millions to change federal policy, the expenditure deserves some attention-regardless of how the organization leans politically.
Of course, the proposed change only affects his competition...
Internet ratings give us more reason than ever before to interact with new people.
Getting stuff gets more awesome every day.