Yahoo Finance sat down with Emily Balcetis, an associate professor of psychology at NYU and the author of the forthcoming book “Clearer, Closer, Better: How Successful People See the World," to learn more about scam culture.
“The men turned to me and said, ‘Do you have a card? And she'll have to settle the final bill before she checks out,’ Rachel DeLoache Williams told Illegal Tender. “Anna's like, ‘Can we just use your card for now?’”
The U.S. Women’s National Team dominated both on and off the soccer field this year. With a World Cup title under its belt, the team’s next challenge comes in the fight for equal pay.
.Is your car sexist? Caroline Criado Perez has found that many of the services and products we interact with on a daily basis were not designed with women in mind.
Taylor Swift’s public battle for control of her master recordings highlights an industry-wide debate, one that most artists don’t have the capital or the platform to influence.
The Iowa caucuses are only three months away, and as many voters are looking at the Democratic candidates’ platforms on health care, the wealth tax, and climate change, Wall Street is looking at who might have the most effective impact on the economy.
When Taylor Swift takes the stage at the American Music Awards on Nov. 24 to accept the Artist of the Decade award, her performance could be anything but career-spanning.
The NCAA reversed course on its stance to compensate student-athletes, but the question remains of what the organization's new rule will look like.
Most Americans say their finances haven't improved since President Trump took office, according to a survey from Bankrate, but experts say Americans should be better off.
Levi Strauss reported earnings on Thursday, reporting a 4% decline in profit but revenue that beat analysts’ expectations.
Nearly two-thirds of small-business owners surveyed by Capital One are calling current business conditions good or excellent.
Despite the U.S. economy adding fewer jobs than expected in September — 136,000 versus a projected 145,000 gain — unemployment hit a five-decade low of 3.5%, down from 3.7% in August.
As the House of Representatives takes action toward impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump, one Washington analyst says the Capital should prepare for a “political war.”
“There’s this kind of urban myth that IPOs just go straight up once they come out and the reality is that most IPOs finish the first trading day at or below their offering price,” George Seay, co-founder and chair of Annandale Capital, told Yahoo Finance.
According to one analyst, the reason for the slowing job growth is simple: “We are running out of jobs,” Markus Schomer, chief economist at PineBridge Investments, told YFi AM.
Adidas has not been shy about going after retailers that seek to trademark striped designs. The athletic wear brand’s latest target? J. Crew.
As the ongoing trade negotiations between the U.S. and China continue to shake up markets, some indicators are pointing toward a recession in the near-term.
Christopher Smart, chief global strategist & head of the Barings Investment Institute, notes that this latest round of tariffs comes when unemployment is low and wages are growing.
In an effort to bring in more Premium subscribers, Spotify (SPOT) has announced it’s teaming up with AT&T (T) to court the mobile carrier’s customers.
Spotify and other streaming mainstays continue to dominate the industry, but artists are struggling to gain in the changing music landscape.
While Lil Nas X’s success has proven that streaming is king in today’s music industry, things are slowing down for Spotify, which reports after the bell on Tuesday.