Millions of European voters go to the polls this weekend to choose lawmakers for the European Parliament. The election has been called “a battle for the soul of the European Union,” which could have f
The president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas sits down with Brendan Greeley to discuss what a tight labour market could mean for retraining workers, what fracking has done to the price of oil a
Target hits the mark. Best Buy surprises. Intuit rises. And Coca-Cola gets a refresh. Analysts Andy Cross and Jason Moser discuss those stories and discuss earnings from Autodesk, Home Depot, Lowes, a
In which someone runs a science experiment on an actual election, on actual voters, to test the persuasive power of ethically sketchy methods.
New York City is utilizing a new tool to deal with the never-ending battle to keep rat populations in check. But first, Huawei has been hit with further disruptions to its supply chain. How is the com
To avoid the impact of tariffs on U.S. consumers, politicians will often encourage companies and retailers to change their supply chains. That might work for big businesses, but not so much for everyo
After 10 long years, we finally got to meet in personal again. Great time in Austin with some cold beers and soft tacos. JCD found a terrific spot for lunch. Markets are down for several weeks and now
ETF.com's Sumit Roy discusses the latest on bitcoin ETFs and whether bitcoin is gold 2.0.
If you live in the southwest, there’s a chance your mail may have been carried by a self-driving truck. Today, we look at why the Postal Service is looking toward a driverless future. Plus: what you n
Billionaire Robert Smith announced this weekend he will pay off all the student debt for the class of 2019 at Morehouse College, a historically black college in Georgia. Today, we look at the dispropo
Author, economist, and theologian Mary Hirschfeld of Villanova University talks about her book, Aquinas and the Market, with EconTalk host Russ Roberts. Hirschfeld looks at the nature of our economic
This week, Slate Money discusses the question of land redistribution in South Africa, the future of real estate broker fees and goes deep on the economics of oil.And in the Slate Plus segment: The Koo
From renting hotels to a jobs report-like census in the night, we look at ways communities are helping the homeless.
It's a spooky feeling: You're discussing a TV show or a pair of shoes or whatever with a friend, then you open Instagram and see an ad for the exact thing you were just talking about. But it's not lik
What if the vast majority of the high-growth tech unicorns emerging from Silicon Valley are not really technology or innovation companies? What if they are highly politicised, zero-sum enterprises? Th