A Dorito or a Cheeto can become collectible snacks when they are sufficiently unique to be worth an elevated price.
At a massive store in Scottsboro, Alabama, bargain hunters can purchase the contents of the lost baggage that airlines say is unclaimed.
A look at corn and climate change in northern Canada demonstrates the different markets that develop when temperatures rises.
To become more accessible and accurate, a new kilogram has been developed that that is based on ideas rather than an object.
Sometimes you need an economist who figures out how to improve Senegal’s sanitation by getting more people to use toilet suckers.
Unless the U.S. government lets a woman in Tennessee keep and then sell her moon dust, it will remain a “priceless” national treasure with unknown value.
Involving multiple markets and hundreds of millions of dollars, March Madness money facts relate to the NCAA, coaches, teams and the extra beer we buy.
People who get angry with Uber’s surge pricing should be willing to accept the tradeoff. Without a higher price, the number of drivers would plunge.
Our weekly roundup includes a look at parental leave plans and fuel conservation, an ethanol update and how corn markets can surprise us.