The UK’s lowest-paid workers are getting a pay rise – helping everyone from bar staff to carers.
Brazil’s Brumadinho dam disaster is having consequences in towns which are near similar dams.
Lyft is the first tech company to float this year but the $24bn business is yet to make profit.
Rules suggest investments did not qualify for compensation as “personal advice was not involved”.
Now that the whole world feels poor and debt relief is out of fashion, some countries are left with big debts at high rates
Austerity is more than just a European response to the 2008 financial crash. It is the common response of indebted countries wherever they may be. And no more so than in Africa.
Trapped in binding agreements for loans they can ill afford with international investors, most African countries have kept their heads down and trimmed their spending.
Namibia pays 10% on its debt: the UK pays 1.8%. The multiplier effect pushes the former into dangerous territory.
Records obtained by Guardian show Stephen Moore reprimanded by judge for not paying alimony, child support and other debts
Stephen Moore, the economics commentator chosen by Donald Trump for a seat on the Federal Reserve board, was found in contempt of court after failing to pay his ex-wife hundreds of thousands of dollars in alimony, child support and other debts.
This week, we speak with Joshua B. Miller, an economics professor and behaviorist at the University of Alicante, whose research interests include behavioral economics and decision theory. His paper “Surprised By the Hot Hand Fallacy? A Truth in the Law of Small Numbers,” co-authored with Adam Sanjurjo, recently appeared in the journal Econometrica. Their research…
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