6 Facts about China’s One, Two, Three-Child Policy

When we look at China’s child policies, changing from one to two to three, we see an impact on babies, boys, and the elderly.

How Stock Markets Have Changed

Celebrating its 125th birthday, we can use the Dow Jones Industrial Average to see how the U.S. economy has changed

An Epic Disagreement Between Apple and Fortnite

In the Epic v. Apple legal battle, the court may have to decide whether to upset the power that Apple has through its app store.

Where and Why We Move

Where and why we move takes us to our migration patterns, to our transportation infrastructure, and to truck driver shortages.

How Courts Handle Cannabis Copycats

When a marijuana edibles company tries to parody the name of a well known candy brand, it can expect to wind up in court.

When a Tap Told the Time

Undergoing structural change, the 19th century British economy had the problem of factory workers that could not afford alarm clocks.

The Surprising Side of Our Pandemic Spending

Comparing consumer spending for higher and low income households, we might be surprised by which ones rebounded sooner.

How Stock Market Performance Responds to Social Unrest

While investors are right when they express concern that stock market performance reacts to social unrest, the response varies.

What We Might Not Know About Big Tech

Comparing the companies called big tech, we can see the similar ways that they grew, diversified, and became increasingly powerful.

How Password Sharing Is Similar to (Airplane Seat) Recline Rage

Many of us share Netflix passwords. We think it is okay to recline in our airplane seat. And we would be horrified if someone casually took the groceries out of our cart at the checkout. All three situations are similar.…