Like all activities that relate to supply and demand, ransom markets involve predictable behavior from kidnappers, their victims, and negotiators.
By looking at one hundred years of consumer spending history, we can see how our food, housing, and clothing reflected our growing affluence.
After closing all of their Panera Cares Cafes where customers were supposed “pay what you want,” Panera might have a problem with the IRS.
Whether looking at Mike Trout’s $430 million or a newly drafted player, we see athletes whose baseball salaries are called underpaid.
While awards are all about recognition, inspiration, and appreciation, sometimes they are not exactly what we expect them to be.
The Index of Economic Freedom is a handy source of data for judging whether or not a government has a laissez-faire philosophy.
To recline or not to recline an airplane seat is a problem for passengers and airlines because of pitch, profits, property rights, and your philosophy.
The chef that left New York’s Prince Street Pizza to start his own restaurant could find himself fighting a pizza war because of his pepperoni recipe.