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In 2011, just over 5,500 reports feces in public were logged by the San Francisco Department of Public Works; in 2018, the number was more than 28,000.
Why legendary hedge-fund founder Ray Dalio is choosing to explore the sea instead of space like other billionaires
Bridgewater Associates founder Ray Dalio is more interested in ocean exploration than deep space.
Looking to billionaires like Ray Dalio to fix inequality is like ‘asking a fox to worry about hen protection,’ says a prominent critic of ...
"Winners Take All" author Anand Giridharadas said we should not be so quick to take advice from a fox on hen protection.
Bridgewater Associates founder Ray Dalio believes capitalism has to be reformed, or else America's stability and strength will drop significantly.
Hedge-fund billionaire Ray Dalio says capitalism is failing America, and we need to take 5 specific actions to save it
Bridgewater Associates founder Ray Dalio is afraid that capitalism is going to be abandoned after years of working poorly.
According to wealthy investor Nick Hanauer, the wrong approach to capitalism has been weakening the American Dream for the past 40 years
Investor and progressive activist Nick Hanauer said that neoliberal policies are responsible for increased inequality and decreased mobility.
Wealthy investor Nick Hanauer says the US economy mints billionaires while many Americans are struggling, and there’s no excuse for it
Seattle-based investor Nick Hanauer believes that the neoliberal policies of the past 40 years have hurt the United States.
Monopolies are the ‘missing piece of the puzzle’ when it comes to analyzing US inequality, investment researchers argue
The authors of "The Myth of Capitalism: Monopolies and the Death of Competition" say that less competitive markets are stifling the middle class.
Bill Gates warns that nobody is paying attention to gene editing, a new technology that could make inequality even worse
Bill Gates, the billionaire philanthropist, recently described gene editing as "the most important public debate we haven't been having widely enough."