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A Stanford professor’s vision of an economy wholly powered by renewable fuels has drawn a heated rebuttal from scholars who question many of its assumptions.
The next jobs set to disappear may be ones that are a bigger part of people’s daily lives: retail workers and cashiers in stores and restaurants.
Consider an alternate history in which the Trump administration absorbed and embraced the lessons of right-wing populists from abroad.
The battle to sell men’s shirts and food, and just about everything else, is a competition that will define the future of retail.
With millions of jobs unfilled, the president seeks to expand apprenticeships. But many economists say training is not a factor in most vacancies.
The Fed raised its benchmark interest rate for the third consecutive quarter, to a range from 1 percent to 1.25 percent.
With signs that the Fed has undershot its inflation target yet again, it raised rates in a move that could define her chairmanship.
President Trump’s big plans may be on a collision course with the Fed chairwoman, Janet L. Yellen, who's preparing to tap the fiscal brakes. The dynamic could echo that of the Johnson administration.
The Fed is preparing a plan to reduce its $4.5 trillion portfolio of securities, which it accumulated in an effort to boost the economy during the Great Recession.
Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo will show off new hardware and games in Los Angeles.
In a tumultuous period of political uncertainty, Britain’s economy is markedly slowing and consumers are grappling with rising prices.