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Personalized pricing programs are being helped along by new legislation, revolutionary technology, and less competitive markets.
Trump is targeting the Dodd-Frank Act—a move that may benefit small business, but certainly benefits big banks.
Blue-collar jobs continue to lose ground to pink-collar jobs—a trend with major implications for workers and the economy at large.
Hotel chains and OTAs are pulling out all the stops to win over a new generation of travelers.
An interview with Neil Howe on the results of the 2016 election—and its potential aftermath.
Warning: A traditionally bullish indicator is about to turn red.
The U.S. labor force participation rate of prime-age adults continues to fall—with major implications for the economy and for businesses.
As central banks around the world slash interest rates, persistent low growth may necessitate a shift to fiscal policy.
Aging Boomers will fuel a wide array of industries—thanks to their sheer demographic size and generational preferences.
Despite the hype surrounding consumer VR, augmented reality may be the real wave of the future.
Even before Brexit, global growth was decelerating—what does this mean looking ahead?
An interview with Neil Howe on why Brexit is a wrecking ball—and how it is rocking markets.
Preliminary CDC 2015 data on mortality and fertility are in—and the news is not good.
New federal rules for overtime pay are part of a bigger trend of regulations that aim to improve conditions for workers.
Co-working and co-living have surged in popularity in recent years—thanks to the lifestyle habits of Millennials.
An interview with Neil Howe examining trends in Millennial homeownership and family life.
Data show that American productivity growth is declining—but do the numbers tell the whole story?
Brands across an array of industries are engaging in intergenerational marketing—a smart move in a world where family is more important than ever.
Market indicators suggest that now is the time to buy municipal bonds—but investors are holding back for a number of reasons.
Consumers have more choices at their fingertips than ever—but is this abundance proving to be too much of a good thing?