Alain Stephens, an investigative reporter for The Trace, breaks down the market for ghost guns.
The financial services industry has a long history of spotting indicators of illegal activity in legal transactions.
In the aftermath of the Sandy Hook shooting, Marketplace looked into background checks and gun purchases. We're revisiting some of that reporting today.
Some analysts believe anxiety and fear are driving the spike.
Companies have to strike a delicate balance when they are caught up in a tragedy like a mass shooting.
Under pressure to divest from guns, pension funds feel they have to choose between making money for their members and their values.
Andrew Ross Sorkin had an interesting column in the New York Times yesterday — a business and economic take on how to make mass shootings less common. PayPal and Square, Sorkin pointed out, decided years ago not to let people use their services to buy guns. What about Mastercard and Visa, he wondered. Or the […]
Even the Wild West had gun control
Sturm Ruger CEO Michael Fifer says owning firearms is 'more socially acceptable.'