Why are drugs so pricey?
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Trump has vowed to use new bidding procedures to curb the soaring cost of new drugs. There's a better solution, however, that doesn't risk also curbing the development of lifesaving treatments.
The PM is overestimating Brexit Britain's place in the world as she boldly strides out of the single market.
If you think the hours you work are all converted directly into dollars, think again. There are a lot of ways employers can manipulate your time – some of which are legal, others highly questionable.
A common Wall Street adage claims: 'As January goes, so goes the year.' What does that mean for investors as stocks look set to end President-elect Trump’s first month in office higher?
The World Economic Forum draws a straight line from social injustice to many of the risks facing the world in 2017.
Research suggests paying small businesses just a couple of weeks faster can help them become more profitable, hire more workers and grow more quickly.
Does the Turkish government have ulterior motives in its attempt to make Istanbul a global financial centre?
Cab drivers have long discriminated against African-Americans and other minority groups. New research suggests ride-hailing apps haven't solved the problem.
One cymbal manufacturer has survived 400 years, but most in-house companies fail to survive through the generations.
Consumers tend to think that healthy foods have to cost more than their less nutritional counterparts. New psychological research looks at how pervasive this is.
Donald Trump looks like he's gearing up for a trade war with China that has been years in the making.
For a long time the way we measure what is going on in our economy and society has distorted our actions. We're now building a more holistic way of measuring progress.
There's a huge divide in thinking between academia and international development on the role of the internet in economic growth.
London and Brussels should be constructive about Brexit – for both their financial benefit.
The current US economic expansion is nearly the third-longest since the 1850s, making a recession likely in 2017. It's time to get ready.
Research suggests the answer, surprisingly, may be no, but behavioral science offers a few ways to encourage the wealthy to open their wallets a little wider.
Many managers say they're uncomfortable giving negative feedback, yet employees tend to consider it helpful to improving importance. Research – and a 13th-century saying – offers some tips.
A mix of economic unease and fears of the growth of online shopping is pushing retailers to offer ever-steeper discounts, but there's a better strategy to make it through the holidays in the black.
Counterfeit goods could be the Christmas bargains that cost you dearly.
Given Trump's substantial conflicts of interest, the foundation's admission of self-dealing should sound a warning to both the president-elect and voters as he takes the oath of office.
Many observers argue the Fed's wrong to raise rates so soon. Here's why they're wrong.
Britain has a number of bilateral treaties with Eastern European countries that will remain after Brexit.
Problems at Monte dei Paschi and UniCredit are bad enough without bail-in rules to contend with.
That "big government" hurts growth has become received wisdom, leading many countries to austerity policies. New research shows it is a lot more complicated than that.
The Fed faces a tough choice on how fast to raise rates in 2017, and Donald Trump may find that it may spoil some of his plans.