Designers Are Accusing Temu of Selling Copies of Their Work

For several years, small businesses have fought against the rise of counterfeit versions of their products popping up on Facebook, Amazon, Shein and other shopping platforms. Last…

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Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell Facing Grim Choice Between Elevated Inflation and Recession

Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell is facing an increasingly grim calculus after yet another hot inflation reading last week: He probably has to push the economy into…

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Inside the Battle for the Hearts and Minds of Future CEOs

Tima Bansal begins every new course with a cautionary statistic for her business school students. A 2008 study found that MBA candidates enter business school with more…

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How to Use Pay Transparency Laws to Ask for a Raise 

If you’ve been stuck at the same salary for years and feeling underappreciated, now there’s something you can do about it. A slew of pay transparency laws…

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The Trucking Bubble Has Burst

It was hard to escape the narrative, during the pandemic, that there was a severe shortage of truck drivers who could move goods from one place to…

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Tesla’s EV Charging Stations Will Soon Be Universal

Electric vehicles are becoming increasingly popular in the U.S., but for many Americans, concerns remain about their range. While you can find a gas station almost anywhere…

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The Myth That Drives Private Equity

The economy runs on narratives. Those supportive of the status quo offer narratives – stories, essentially – about the benefits of existing arrangements. If those narratives are…

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The Fed’s Obsession with Phantom Inflation Might Destroy a Strong Economy

Will Rogers famously advised, “If you want to get out of a hole, stop digging!” Tragically, the Federal Reserve’s Board of Governors and its chair, Jay Powell,…

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Sanctions Could Increase Moscow’s Dependence on China

Punitive sanctions incurred by President Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine are leaving Russia economically isolated. Speaking on Feb. 24, the day of the incursion, U.S. president Joe…

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