Wealthy people and their savings are driving down interest rates, a recent paper suggests. Marketplace contributor Chris Farrell explains it.
Manufacturers complain they can't find skilled workers, even as they face a wave of retirements of older white men.
The Morning Consult-Axios data suggests that inequality is inching up as low-income people run out of relief money.
A Federal Reserve study shows the widening economic gap between those with a college degree and those without one.
The average white American male under 35 has 224 times the household wealth of the average Black female of the same age, a new study says.
In the past 40 years, income inequality has cost 90% of workers about $2.5 trillion, the Rand study suggests.
In part because they're more crowded and people stay longer, researchers found.
Income inequality is on the minds of many voters right now, much like in the run-up to the 1968 presidential election.
Shipra Parikh, a clinical social worker, explains why these conversations should be tailored to each families personal financial situation.
Activists are concerned that a new rule could weaken banks' partnerships with their communities.