Nearly 6 Decades After the Civil Rights Act, Why Do Black Workers Still Have to Hustle to Get Ahead?
When you teach about racial inequality for a living, as I do, you have a before-and-after story. The story broadly goes that before the Civil Rights Act of 1964, racial inequality was legal and normative.
The Democratic presidential candidates debating Wednesday night had an average net worth of more than $10 billion, but one candidate was singlehandedly drawing that number way, way up. Mike Bloomberg,
ZURICH/AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - UBS (UBSG.S), the world’s largest bank to the rich, named the head of ING (INGA.AS) as chief executive on Thursday, seeking to tap his tech knowledge after he transformed Dutch
Sanders win would cause market to 'take a turn for the worse': Chief investment strategist Billionaire investor Leon Cooperman went after Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders this week, warning
New York (CNN Business) — Morgan Stanley is buying online broker E-Trade for $13 billion in an all-stock deal, a move that shows how serious the Wall Street giant is about catering to everyday consumers.
(Reuters) - Morgan Stanley (MS.N) said on Thursday it would buy discount brokerage E*Trade Financial Corp (ETFC.O) in a stock deal worth about $13 billion, the biggest acquisition by a Wall Street bank