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Though American society is growing increasingly balkanized, social and generational countercurrents are pushing back.
With the post-recession auto boom firmly in the rearview mirror, automakers must figure out how to win over Millennials.
The race is on to develop the next frontier of AI: humanlike robots that display high levels of emotional intelligence.
A new report highlights the state of today’s young women, who have made major strides but are also encountering setbacks.
The two firms are aggressively scaling up and branching out: Who will rise as the rest of retail sinks?
The utilities sector must gear up for the renewable energy revolution and adapt to the changing habits of U.S. consumers.
With the death toll climbing across all age groups, the opioid crisis has become America’s biggest public health challenge.
Despite some reservations, issuing longer-term U.S. debt could be a boon to lenders and investors alike.
The close, personalized bonds brands seek to form with consumers are becoming more fraught in a polarized era.
While the U.S. housing market has gotten off to a strong start in 2017, many young adults remain on the sidelines.
Young people’s declining faith in democracy and public institutions reveals a deep desire for radical change.
3G Capital has brought its hyper-aggressive cost-cutting model to Big Food with promising early returns.
More and more rules are springing up to protect and guide kids and teens into adulthood—but do they go too far?
Millennial drivers, often blamed for driving up the traffic death rate, may actually save the auto insurance sector.
Traditional ideas about manhood are getting a shakeup as today’s lower-androgen men grapple with both physiological and social change.
Consumer confidence indicators are surging, but beware: Today’s high expectations may be largely fueled by partisan fantasies.
Personalized pricing programs are being helped along by new legislation, revolutionary technology, and less competitive markets.
Competition is heating up among sports retailers and apparel brands—and only those with a winning Millennial formula will prosper.
An interview with Neil Howe on why Boomers and Xers get it all wrong.
U.S. health spending is at an all-time high, a problem that an Obamacare replacement alone is unlikely to fix.