Is it a coincidence that there’s an inverse relationship between the financial compensation of the corporate elites that run automakers like Ford and General Motors, and the jobs, wages, and benefits of the struggling American workers who form the foundation of these companies?
One simple rule has separated ultra-successful companies from the also-rans: adapt to consumer trends, or get left behind.
Antisocial, isolated, entitled, wasteful, irresponsible... Millennials get tagged with negative labels all the time by previous generations, but it’s generally the result of media-fueled stereotypes and/or isolated incidents.
I can’t help but feel a sense of out of control nature wafting from the markets as volatility continues to be the theme for the 2018 year. From stocks to cryptocurrencies and international geopolitical chaos, shaky times are before us.
At CrushTheStreet.com, I don’t particularly get too involved with politics when it comes to inconsequential issues, but when it comes to societal shifts and politics as it relates to money, we get very interested because money trends are people trends.
I wouldn’t normally consider the Federal Reserve Bank of New York a beacon of truth, but I’m having no trouble believing them when they tell us that our debt is on the rise once again.
WHAT Middle Class? Evidence That the “Recovery” Never Happened, Straight from the American Government
While it’s typical for governments to play the blame game when things aren’t going well and to take credit when the economy improves, from time to time the truth accidentally slips out.
Two billionaire philanthropists, Bridgewater Associates founder Ray Dalio and Tudor Investment Corporation founder Paul Tudor Jones, have garnered acclaim over the years for their market commentary and insi...
If consumerism were an Olympic sport, America would have more gold medals than Mark Spitz and Michael Phelps put together. But, as in numerous other areas of finance, China is threatening to unseat America’s dominant position in a world that’s changing rapidly and shaking up multi-generational assumptions.