The Department of Education collects financial statistics from universities that includes expenses such as salaries and benefits in their Integrated Po…
On a year-to-year basis, inflation was 5.4 percent in July of 2021, the largest increase since 2008, and there are expectations that the consumer price…
Ten years ago, prices for commodities like corn, wheat, rice, soybeans and cotton spiked three years after the last price spike around 2008. A confluen…
The generation of boomers set to retire en masse may not be retiring as quickly as some might think. Rates of employment and labor force participation—…
In June of 2020, an appeals court struck down Wells Fargo's infamous STARS transaction—or structured trust advantaged repackaged securities. It was a c…
As pandemic restrictions are being lifted across the U.S. and much of the economy returns to what it was, a number of questions remain unanswered about…
In the second quarter of 2020 as the pandemic took hold in the U.S., the U.S. trade balance—the total exports minus imports of goods and services—decli…
In 2005, the World Health Organization (WHO) and UNICEF announced $10 million in funding from the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation to develop a new po…
For years, the price of cattle followed in almost lockstep with the price of beef. Prices for cattle went up as beef prices went up. Going back to 2000…
In 2017, a record $447 million in police civil suits was awarded across the country. The huge payout comes from the growing number of cases filed since…
The construction of the Keystone XL pipeline that would run from the Canadian tar sands to the Gulf of Mexico has struggled for completion almost since…
The number of investment record-keeping firms—companies that manage and track investment funds like 401(k) plans but don’t give investment advice—has b…