How much is too much? Union strikes and shareholder discussions have put executive compensation centerstage.
It's possible that employers will roll back racial diversity initiatives even if they’re perfectly legal.
Knee injuries and concussions are more likely in the women's game. That may be because its equipment and training regimens are designed for men.
North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University is piloting autonomous transit with vehicles in a project that could take students to and from the historically Black university to downtown Greensboro by the fall.
Employers need understand the many reasons workers have left the jobs on their own or involuntarily, one supervisor says.
A growing trend links CEO pay packages to achieving diversity, equity and inclusion targets that are sometimes too subjective.
"Marketplace" host Kai Ryssdal speaks with Christopher Tyson about the history behind urban renewal projects and the role of the public sector in rebuilding America’s infrastructure.
Professor Ella L.J. Bell Smith of Dartmouth says companies must bring people of color into their executive pipelines and develop their abilities.
“I want to look at reports and see all of me,” says economist Rhonda Vonshay Sharpe.
“Equity” comes from a Latin root meaning “fair” or ”equal.” It’s legal history started in 15th century English equity courts.