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Sex workers say anti-trafficking law fuels inequality

by Rose Conlon Apr 30, 2019
Experts say FOSTA-SESTA has pushed sex workers off the internet and onto the street.
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Corner Office

The obligation of capitalism

by Kai Ryssdal and Bridget Bodnar May 16, 2018
The co-founder of Home Depot says he's worried about the effect of Bernie Sanders on today's young people in his new book, "I Love Capitalism!"
Kenneth Langone, co-founder of The Home Depot.
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Is a country's economic growth inherently tied to democracy?

by Dambisa Moyo Apr 23, 2018
An excerpt from economist Dambisa Moyo's book, "Edge of Chaos."
The US Capitol in Washington, DC, on April 19, 2018.
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Tax Bill 2017

New tax law may provide window of opportunity for impoverished areas

by Ryan Kailath Mar 21, 2018
It’s an ongoing problem: how to transform persistently poor parts of the country? Well a program coming out of the new tax law hopes to solve that problem. Today is the initial deadline for states to nominate “opportunity zones,” which…

African-American unemployment is nearly twice as high as white unemployment

by Mitchell Hartman Mar 12, 2018
Black women are starting their own businesses at the highest rate of any demographic group, report says.
A job seeker fills out a registration form as he waits to enter the San Francisco Hirevent job fair at the Hotel Whitcomb on March 27, 2012 in San Francisco, California.
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The Big Book

What will it take to change Silicon Valley's bro culture?

by Kai Ryssdal and Bridget Bodnar Feb 7, 2018
Emily Chang details how Silicon Valley came to be a hostile work environment for women in her new book, "Brotopia."
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I've always wondered...

What do CEOs do all day long to deserve their pay?

by Jana Kasperkevic Jan 1, 2018
Most Americans think that CEO compensation is too high.
Inspired by the Occupy Wall Street protest in New York City, thousands of people took to the streets in cities across the world to voice their anger about what they described as corporate greed.
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Can Chicago’s recent plague of violence be cured?

by Adriana Cargill Sep 16, 2016
A look at the cities’ rise in violence as a symptom of economic inequality.
A young victim of Chicago's gun violence is laid to rest. 

Renting becomes a lifestyle for the long haul

by Reema Khrais Aug 17, 2016
Falling homeownership rates could give way to a permanent renter class
The rising cost of home prices may be creating a permanent renter class.
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Last Ditch Effort: The Panama Canal and Peak Trade

The canal has made Panama rich, but inequality persists

by David Brancaccio, Justin Ho, and Katie Long Jun 30, 2016
With over a quarter of its citizens in poverty, Panama has one of the worst income distributions in Latin America.
The view of downtown Panama City from Boca la Caja, a former fishing village.
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