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Source: Think Progress
A new report says that the wider the gap between rich and poor, the more the environment suffers.
Source: US News
Globalization's rise in recent decades has widened income inequality in the U.S. while padding executives' pockets, according to a study put out by the National Bureau of Economic Research that directly links globalized commerce...
Source: The Verge
In January, the US Department of Labor sued Google, claiming that the company was withholding information relevant to an ongoing compliance audit. Now, the agency claims that it has found “systemic compensation disparities...
April 3, 2017 Untalented rich still earn more, says Greening (UK)Source: BBC
Low-ability youngsters from wealthy families go on to earn more money than their more gifted, poorer counterparts, says the Education Secretary Justine Greening.
January 17, 2017 Inequality, Inequality, Inequality: The Billionaire Philanthropists As Rich As Half The WorldSource: Forbes
Oxfam today released an analysis of global wealth that suggests eight men have a combined wealth comparative to that of the poorest 3.6bn people on the planet.
Source: The Guardian
That discontent with the current order has now become an election-winning proposition clearly increases the urgency of understanding and responding to these global risks.
According to the Credit Suisse Global Wealth Report, a mere 0.7% of the global population owns nearly half the world’s wealth. At the other end, 73% of the popular have less than $10,000 each.
November 23, 2016 IMF: Gender Inclusion Will Reduce Income Inequality
This Day Live - According to the World Economic Forum's latest Global Gender Gap Report, Latin America is the region with the largest absolute improvement over the last ten years, followed by Asia and the Pacific region. So in...
June 10, 2016 Restrictions on Payday Loans Hurt the PoorSource: Bloomberg
the loans are hated by everyone except “the ten to twelve million people who use them every year.” That number may soon be growing.
Source: USA Today
GENEVA – Voters overwhelmingly rejected a referendum Sunday that would have made Switzerland the world's first country to guarantee a generous monthly income to all 8.1 million residents
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