After promises of transparency, Americans aren’t allowed to know what’s being negotiated at their expense.
Bay Area housing affordability nightmare hits home, so to speak.
Households at lower 80% of income scale are maxed out.
Bloodbath among generics after government cracks down on price fixing.
Procter & Gamble got tired of feeding an opaque, slimy industry of bots and fake clicks.
Trying to manage a structural decline in a terrible industry.
As if they’re trying to force the Fed to change course.
Six quarters in a row of year-over-year declines.
Tougher for workers, rougher for the economy.
Bankruptcies surge as the “credit cycle” exacts its pound of flesh.