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Trump said the stock market would’ve ‘crashed’ if he wasn’t elected in 2016 — but one chart shows why that’s a wil...
The stock market rose under President Obama and showed no signs of crashing in 2016, despite what Trump said in his post-impeachment speech.
Trump’s State of the Union touted a booming stock market — but these 3 charts show why it’s an awful indicator of economic progress
Most Americans don't own any stock. But those who do are likely to be in the wealthiest 10% of US households.
Some states have more dangerous jobs than others. We took a look at fatal workplace injury rates across the US.
Elon Musk’s road to a $55 billion payday is as complicated and full of detours as a video game — and he just unlocked the first level
Musk's compensation agreement with Tesla includes 12 "tranches" of stock options that only become available after certain goals are hit.
An annual CDC study of 400,000 Americans found Colorado was the most active, Puerto Rico the least, and inactivity is pervasive across the South.
There's a widening gap between wage and stock growth, and its only accelerated since Trump's inauguration in January 2017.
Here’s a map of all the states for (and against) the constitutional amendment that would outlaw sex discrimination
Virginia became the 38th state to support the Equal Rights Amendment, which outlaws discrimination on the basis of sex. Here's what comes next.
The monthly average student-loan payment in the US is $393. Here’s how much money you’d save for retirement if you could invest it instead...
Can you imagine what your student-loan payments would look like if you were able to save them for retirement? Business Insider did the calculations.
A recession slammed trucking last year — and experts predict that 2020 will bring more bankruptcies and plunging truck orders
Manufacturing has contracted for five straight months. But trucking-specific headwinds are also threatening the industry in 2020.
Iranian-Americans are an important part of US life, with many immigrants and children of immigrants involved in companies like Uber and eBay.