Does having more money make you more likely to be a jerk?
After a delay, it’s off to the races for Facebook’s IPO. A lot of people just got real rich. Good for them. Follow along here, if you care.
Understand that there is nothing in this world not driven by the spending of other people's money, also known as Credit.
Dorothy Parker once told an interviewer that if she had to choose between being a good writer, and having money, she'd rather have money.
It's unfortunate that TED is willing to post polarizing discussion on climate change and birth control, but not income inequality.
See more from the income inequality report from the New York City Comptroller's Office here.
Rich people can't buy houses in San Francisco, because there are too many rich people and not enough houses.
Adam Davidson, a reporter for NPR's Planet Money, interviewed Edward Conard, a former partner at Bain Capital, the private-equity firm he helped build with Mitt Romney, about his new book which basically argues that America's growing income inequality is actually a good thing.