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You’re Not the Man Your Father Was

Traditional ideas about manhood are getting a shakeup as today’s lower-androgen men grapple with both physiological and social change.
04/28/2017 — from Culture Watch

A Special Price Just for You

Personalized pricing programs are being helped along by new legislation, revolutionary technology, and less competitive markets.
04/12/2017 — from Social Intelligence

How to Fix U.S. Health Care

U.S. health spending is at an all-time high, a problem that an Obamacare replacement alone is unlikely to fix.
03/22/2017 — from Investor Insights

Banking on Fewer Regulations

Trump is targeting the Dodd-Frank Act—a move that may benefit small business, but certainly benefits big banks.
03/01/2017 — from Social Intelligence

Pet Care: The Four-Legged Bull Market

The pet care industry is on a roll—which won’t stop anytime soon thanks to changing generational attitudes.
02/22/2017 — from Investor Insights

The Spread of the Pink-Collar Economy

Blue-collar jobs continue to lose ground to pink-collar jobs—a trend with major implications for workers and the economy at large.
02/15/2017 — from Social Intelligence

How (and Where) to Bet on Big Tobacco

Though unfavorable demographics threaten the industry, firms that are well positioned abroad could prosper.
02/08/2017 — from Investor Insights

U.S. Fertility: Down for the Count

The anticipated birthrate rebound still hasn’t happened—and generational trends suggest that it likely won’t.
02/06/2017 — from Culture Watch

Killing ACA: Easier Said Than Done

The GOP is finally in a position to repeal the ACA once and for all—but what comes next is still unknown.
01/25/2017 — from Investor Insights

Why Restaurants Are Starving

The restaurant industry is struggling—though some chains have found a recipe for Millennial success.
12/28/2016 — from Investor Insights

A Generation of Page-Turners

Surprise: Millennials are outreading their elders, and print books remain their format of choice.
12/23/2016 — from Culture Watch

The Will to Secede

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.
12/09/2016 — from Culture Watch

The Lapse of Luxury

Over the past two years, luxury brands have been struggling—thanks to more cautious affluent consumers and changing generational preferences.
11/30/2016 — from Investor Insights

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