Reprinted from the Independent Institute Actually, it’s a trick question. Google (excuse me, Alphabet) doesn’t have a monopoly. Not by any sensible definition of the
Economics focuses on how changes in incentives facing self-interested (not necessarily selfish, but desiring command over more resources to advance what they
Wall Street’s three main indexes weakened last week amid higher-than-expected June inflation figures and a disappointing initial round of the second quarter
Ethically aware and environmentally conscious consumers are making up a larger market segment around the world, and this coincides with increasing wealth.
Reprinted from Law & Liberty In November of 2021, a statue of Thomas Jefferson was removed from City Hall in New York City.
It’s not easy being woke. In fact, it can be downright cost prohibitive! For those not hip to the woke, let me begin
Reprinted from the Independent Institute The capture theory of regulation, popularized in an article by Nobel laureate George Stigler, concludes that regulatory agencies become “captured”
A new report from the IoT market research firm Berg Insight says that the global number of cellular IoT subscribers increased by
The SPDR S&P Retail ETF climbed 3.0% on Friday after the U.S. Census Bureau said retail sales in June were up 1.0%
The U.S. economy is not very likely to plunge into a deep recession, says Brent Schutte. He’s the Chief Investment Officer at
Shares of Wells Fargo & Co (NYSE: WFC) are up 8.0% on Friday even after the financial services company reported a 48%
UnitedHealth Group Inc (NYSE: UNH) is up 5.0% on Friday after the managed care and insurance firm reported better-than-expected results for its
Total industrial production decreased 0.2 percent in June after being unchanged in May and rising 0.8 percent in April (see first chart).
Marathon Digital Holdings (NASDAQ: MARA) stock is up nearly 3% in the past five days and over 16% in the past 30
Pinterest Inc (NYSE: PINS) is up nearly 20% on Friday after the Wall Street Journal said Elliott Management has built a sizable
No government intervention into a market economy is as certain to do damage as price controls. Market prices make possible the successful,