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The pet care industry is on a roll—which won’t stop anytime soon thanks to changing generational attitudes.
Blue-collar jobs continue to lose ground to pink-collar jobs—a trend with major implications for workers and the economy at large.
Though unfavorable demographics threaten the industry, firms that are well positioned abroad could prosper.
The anticipated birthrate rebound still hasn’t happened—and generational trends suggest that it likely won’t.
The GOP is finally in a position to repeal the ACA once and for all—but what comes next is still unknown.
Hotel chains and OTAs are pulling out all the stops to win over a new generation of travelers.
The restaurant industry is struggling—though some chains have found a recipe for Millennial success.
Surprise: Millennials are outreading their elders, and print books remain their format of choice.
Casinos face a daunting challenge: figuring out how to win over the next generation of consumers.
The growing urban-rural divide in politics is fueling the rise of secessionism in Europe—a trend that could reshape the world as the know it.
Over the past two years, luxury brands have been struggling—thanks to more cautious affluent consumers and changing generational preferences.
An interview with Neil Howe on the results of the 2016 election—and its potential aftermath.
AT&T’s purchase of Time Warner is the latest in a string of M&As that promise to revolutionize the creation and delivery of entertainment content.
Survivalism is a growing trend that isn’t going away anytime soon—thanks to mounting pessimism about the future and changing generational attitudes.
Paradoxically, it may take a recession early in the year to trigger a big infrastructure agenda by the end of the year.
Warning: A traditionally bullish indicator is about to turn red.
Between economic and generational headwinds, the auto industry has a rough road ahead—leaving investors wondering if the industry is worth the risk.
The U.S. labor force participation rate of prime-age adults continues to fall—with major implications for the economy and for businesses.
In response to heavy cost pressures, agribusinesses are teaming up and going digital.
According to Census data, real median income jumped in 2015—but this surge is strictly temporary.