Equality abounded on the open sea.
Only about 6,000 companies in the United States are owned by their workers.
Power shutoffs aren’t wildfires or earthquakes, but for some they can be a kind of disaster.
A lot of it comes down to taxation, the stock market and the country's demographic makeup.
Top earners took a bigger slice of the income pie, while everyone else's slices shrank.
An entity that buys land in Pescadero, California to preserve it as open space also effectively takes the land off the tax rolls
Whether your economic anxiety has increased or decreased in the last year depends on who you are, according to the latest Marketplace-Edison Research Poll.
A new Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development report said that as younger generations are getting older, their experience of aging is dramatically different to those who came before. One big difference — growing inequality between the affluent and less well off. Click the audio player above to hear the full story.